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Minibeasts Discovery Bag

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Product Code: SC10226

Inspire a love of nature as you investigate 6 minibeasts found in your local area. Contents include plush minibeasts, illustrated food pieces which can be used for classification exercises and images of each minibeast at 8x normal size.
  • Use to create wildlife walks in your local area
  • Focus on life cycles, adaptations, habitats and food webs
  • Includes cross-curricular links
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Minibeasts Discovery Bag

Inspire a love of nature as you investigate 6 minibeasts found in your local area. Contents include plush minibeasts, illustrated food pieces which can be used for classification exercises and images of each minibeast at 8x normal size.

The 60 A5 double sided cards, contain information and activities focusing on food webs, adaptations, habitats, life cycles, diets, measurements and sizes. The USB stick contains a wealth of additional information, including printable worksheets, activity booklets and colourful images of the minibeasts.

Suitable for KS1 and KS2, there are different levels of working and suggested extension activities, as well as cross curricular links focusing on literacy, maths, PSHE and Art. The minibeasts featured are: Dragonfly, Ladybird, Stag Beetle, Peacock Butterfly, Garden Spider and Honey Bee. Each has its own drawstring bag.

Written by Susanna Ramsey, the creator of ‘The Nature Collection’ series of workshops, which she has run in primary schools since 2010. With themes focusing on local wildlife, food webs, habitats and life cycles, Susanna has now run curriculum linked workshops for over 20,000 children from Reception to Year 6.

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  • Product Content:
    • 6 x plush minibeasts
    • 60 x A5 double sided cards
    • 30 x food pieces
    • 6 x images of Minibeasts at 8x size
    • 6 x drawstring bags
    • USB stick containing printed materials
  • Brand: TTS

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