Nature Habitat

  • Log Carry Cushions

    …learning with you using this handy set of carry cushions. Use as an inspirational learning aid for scientific lessons on nature, lifecycles, natural materials, forests, habitats and more. • Pack of 6• Storage bag included• For indoor and outdoor use • Size: 50mm(h) x 400mm(dia.)

  • Tree House Den

    A large play den which has been styled to look like a giant hollowed out tree. Tailor-made to use a standard Tuff Spot tray stand it is easy to set up and to pack away providing an affordable and versatile use of resources. Made from hard-wearing polyester it will last for years and has been…

  • Bug Tongs

    Children can capture insects, bugs and other small organisms from within their natural habitat or environment for examination without touching or hurting the specimen. Fun, easy and safe to use for both capture and release of flying, swimming or crawling insects. • Complete with a product…

  • Active World Woodland Mat

    …themed mat, perfect for use with the Active World Tray. Creep through the woodland and discover plants, animals, insects and birds in their natural habitats. Why not try using Pea Gravel and stones for lots of small world wet and dry sensory play. Age: 10 months+.• Size: 860mm(dia.)• Made of…

  • Wooden Forest Animal Blocks

    …smooth to touch and easy for small children to handle. Realistic images will enable younger children to recognise real animals in their natural habitats, and will encourage older children to visualise them for story-telling, creative writing and learning about animals in the wild.Includes insects,…

  • Look and Learn British Mammals

    Learn all about the mammals that visit our gardens. Includes 20 full colour photographic cards with detailed facts on the reverse covering average size, diets and habitats. Ideal for use on nature walks or to form a colourful classroom display. Includes storage case. •Each card is A5 in size

  • The Future is Wild Photopack & Activity Book

    …book addresses scientific thinking on evolution, natural history and geography. Fantastic creatures and real Earth habitats set the scene to help learn about how plants and animals are suited to their environment. Compare the adaptations and habitats of present-day Earth animals and plants with…

  • Sensory Play Animals

    These beautiful sculptures will charm the children with their tactile nature and are ideal for sensory play. Once discovered, the animals can be sorted and matched by different criteria including colour, habitat and characteristics, promoting language and discussion. Each piece is created from our…

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