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4 years + Designed especially for classrooms and educators, this Butterfly Pavilion School Kit allows to hatch and grow 33 Painted Lady butterflies, one for each student!
Develops skills: science, biology, butterflies, care of live creatures, observation skills
Now the entire class can witness the entire life cycle of butterfly with this butterfly hatching kit. Butterfly Pavilion Grow 33 Butterflies School Kit is designed especially for classrooms and teachers to educate children on the life cycle of a butterfly. Egg, caterpillar, chrysalis, butterfly! The entire class can take part in the hatching, growing, feeding, and taking care of the beautiful butterflies. This butterfly growing set from Educational Toys Planet comes complete with a quality, pop up netted giant 2-feet tall butterfly pavilion, 33 1oz vials and lids, plastic spoon, transfer brush, and feeding pipette. The kids butterfly habitat is super see-through and easy to unzip for feeding purposes, and will make the butterflies feel at home. The kids butterfly hatching kit includes a voucher for 33 Painted Lady Butterflies larvae with nutritious butterfly food to ensure their health and preservation. The complete instructions on how to grow class' own butterflies are enclosed in this natural science toy. It will take about 10 days from the day the larvae arrive to complete hatching of your beautiful butterflies. Students will be amazed to watch the caterpillars hatch, eat and grow up to 10 times to their original size. Children will love to watch butterflies' amazing transformation, observe them in their own habitat, and in a few days let them go! This classroom butterfly hatching kit is such a wonderful nature toy for any school, camp, or education program. Teachers' Choice Award, Wall Street Journal - Best Overall Butterfly-Raising Kit.
Rating: 5Very Interesting by Tom Our daughter enjoyed all development stages. On the day of release, we had several children on-board, and each of them held the butterflies on their finger and released them.