IN THE GARDEN ECOSYSTEM RANGE
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Kids love bugs! And the collection of ecosystem information boards from 5 Little Bears are a wonderful introduction to common insects and reptiles found in Australian backyards and how they help our gardens to grow. Each board is engraved, using NSW Foundation Font, with details of the insects name, where they live, what they eat and an interesting fact about them. The beautiful images are printed on the outer side of the perspex, giving them a unique 3D effect.
Why not take them out into the garden to help discover the real thing! Using these boards is a great way to teach children about a gardens’ ecosystem – how a community of plants, animals and smaller organisms live, feed, reproduce and interact in the same area.
Use for individual interest, light table and interest table. To engage a child in conversation about his/her interest.
Group time discussions about life cycles, habitats and prey. Use for transitioning to meal times when a child is called he/she can give you one fact they have learnt before going to prepare for their lunch. This allows each child to participate in the learning activities and helps with memory through repetition.
Children can take outdoors and match items to what they find in their environment. Children can put on a display board and make it into a treasure hunt. Learning through play.
Using the Eco Systems with children promotes language skills, listening skill, engages children in conversation with peers and gives them a sense of belonging. All the while giving children an understanding of the world around them.
Children can take outdoors and match items to what they find in their environment, Put on a display board make it into a treasure hunt.
1 piece - approx. 10 x 29 cm
Sold individually. Does not include stand.
Made using 3mm plywood and 3mm perspex, this is an all Australian Made and Owned product.
Suitable for ages 3 years +
Every piece of wood used is slightly different in colour, texture and grain. The naturally occurring imperfections seen in the timber (e.g. knots, colour changes, etc) cannot be removed. These pieces of timber are cut on an engraver and will have slight burnt marks on the edges on some sides.