https://www.consortiumeducation.com/butterfly-barn200846Butterfly Barnhttps://www.consortiumeducation.com/media/catalog/product/1/0/1051696_01_SN45623.jpg19.9919.99GBPInStock/Primary/Science/Animals, Minibeasts & Lifecycles/Secondary/Science/Biology/PE & Outdoor/School Gardens/Habitats & Observation/PE & Outdoor/School Gardens/Minibeasts & Lifecycles/Primary/Science/Plants & Growing/Secondary/Science/Science Shop All/PE & Outdoor/School Gardens/School Gardens Shop All/Primary/Science/Science Shop AllThe house includes a swivel door allowing access to the nesting compartment for observation and a built-in reservoir which can be filled with butterfly food. A great resource for observing wildlife in your school garden, the slatted centre will provide shelter for butterflies, moths, lacewings and other pollinating insects.
This sturdy and proven design is made from wood, with a recycled second-life plastic front.
We recommended that you fill the feeding reservoir with either sweet over-ripe food or sugar water.
As well as adding colour to the garden, butterflies are important pollinators and play a significant role in the ecosystem. They help to transfer pollen between flowers, enabling plants to reproduce.
The butterfly house will provide pupils with the opportunity to develop their observational skill as well as an appreciation for the natural world. The house provides a safe and comfortable environment for butterflies to nest.
Activity ideas could involve the children observing, identifying, and documenting the different species that visit the house, tracking whether this changes dependent on weather or season. Children can also experiment with different types of food to see which butterflies prefer. 00.00https://www.consortiumeducation.com/media/catalog/product/1/0/1051696_03_SN45623.jpghttps://www.consortiumeducation.com/media/catalog/product/1/0/1051696_02_SN45623.jpghttps://www.consortiumeducation.com/media/catalog/product/1/0/1051696_04_SN45623_1.jpgadd-to-cart23.9923.99instockIn StockAvailable
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