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Laminated Butterflies – Set of 10

$39.95

$43.95 (Incl GST)
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Product Code KNB007

MTA Catalogue page: 483

This set of 10 laminated butterflies show the beautiful wings in great detail. Identify differences and similarities between the 10 species. These laminated butterflies are a great resource in combination with a light box. Or stick them to a window as decoration! Each sheet is 11 x 11cm. This 10 piece set includes a variety of butterfly specimens. Each of these real life specimens is laminated between sheets of clear plastic. Each measures 11 x 11cm. These specimens are perfect for viewing on light boxes. Or stick them to a window as decoration and bring spring into your classroom! This set may include the following items: Great Orange Tip (Hebomoia glaucippe) Red Helen (Papilio helenus) China Nawab (Polyura narcaea) Plain Tiger (Danaus chrysippus) Spotted Sawtooth (Prioneris thestylis) Swallowtail (Papilio xuthus) Blue Tiger (Tirumala Limniace) Yellow Orange Tip (Ixias pyrene) Jungle Queen (Stichophthalma howqua) Maackii Peacock (Papilio maackii) As the butterflies are natural, their shape, size and colour may vary. Contents may vary. Play is an important part of early childhood. Exploratory play and inquiry based learning encourages children to learn, develop and grow whilst they have fun. Children are encouraged to explore, investigate and develop ideas and hypothesis. They can test their ideas, and find new ways of building, creating, drawing, thinking etc. The use of open ended resources promote exploratory and investigative play as well as inquiry based learning. Creativity and imagination is developed through new ways of thinking. Often social skilled are built through team work, and language and communication skills improve. Perseverance is developed as children keep exploring and investigating their surroundings. Children will become more confident and develop a stronger sense of identity through play. Play encourages children to learn, develop and grow whilst they have fun.

MTA Catalogue page: 483