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Butterfly House

Product Code: SN45623
Provide butterflies with a safe resting place and shelter for observation.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Wildlife Observation

Observing wildlife in your school garden is an ideal educational resource. The slatted centre provides shelter for butterflies, moths, lacewings, and other pollinating insects.

Safe Shelter

Butterflies need a safe shelter and food. The built-in reservoir can be filled with sweet over-ripe food or sugar water, providing a safe haven whilst feeding and observing.

Attracts Insects

This helps children observe and document different species, enhancing their understanding of pollinating insects. It will attract butterflies, moths, and lacewings.

Hands-On Learning

Supports hands-on learning activities such as seasonal butterfly tracking and experimenting with foods to attract butterflies, fostering deeper understanding of pollinating insects.

Supports Science

Supports the topic 'Animals, including Humans' in Science by helping children identify and name a variety of common animals, including insects.

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Butterfly Barn

Provide butterflies with a safe resting place and shelter for observation.

Overview

  • This butterfly house is an excellent educational tool for observing and learning about wildlife. It features a slatted centre for sheltering butterflies and other pollinating insects. Made from wood and recycled plastic, it's sturdy and eco-friendly. The built-in reservoir can be filled with sweet food or sugar water to attract butterflies, aiding children's observational skills and appreciation of the natural world.

  • The butterfly house helps children identify and name common animals like insects, supporting the 'Animals, including Humans' topic with real-life habitat examples. It also aligns with 'Living Things & their Habitats,' illustrating how environments meet the needs of various species.

  • This versatile resource enhances learning across multiple year groups and topics.

Supports the National Curriculum

Science, Year 1, Animals, including Humans

Identify and name a variety of common animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.

Science, Year 2, Living Things & their Habitats

Identify that most living things live in habitats to which they are suited and describe how habitats provide for the basic needs of different of animals and plants, and how they depend on each other.

Science, Year 3, Animals, including Humans

Identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat.

Technical Summary

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    Material

  • Recycled Plastic

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    Timber

Size and measurements

    Height

  • 170 mm

  • Length

  • 205 mm

  • Depth

  • 105 mm

  • Weight

  • 545 g

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