Giant Outdoor Bug hotel Insect Habitat

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Product Code: 708-035541

A large, timber-constructed habitat for observing a variety of insects and minibeasts outdoors.

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£318.77 ex VAT

 Delivery time usually 3-4 weeks.

Why you'll love this product

Wildlife Attraction

Designed to attract a variety of insects, this habitat invites close-up exploration and observation by children.

Educational Observation

Encourages children to actively explore and identify different minibeasts, fostering a hands-on learning experience in their natural surroundings.

Versatile Outdoor Use

Constructed from natural rustic logs, this habitat integrates well with outdoor environments, offering a robust structure for insect observation.

Interactive Learning

The structure includes a peep hole, enabling children to observe the insects inside the habitat from a secure viewpoint.

Supports Science

Supports educational outcomes in Year 2 Science by helping children identify and name different insects and their microhabitats.

Giant Outdoor Bug hotel Insect Habitat

A large, timber-constructed habitat for observing a variety of insects and minibeasts outdoors.

Overview

  • This substantial, wall-like insect hotel serves as an excellent tool for dividing outdoor learning spaces, while also being a focal point for wildlife observation. Its considerable size, combined with natural timber construction, makes it a durable and attractive addition to any outdoor educational environment.

  • Equipped with a central peep hole, this habitat allows children to safely observe the insects nestled within, facilitating a shared learning experience. It supports independent or guided discovery, making it ideal for engaging children in practical science activities.

  • This insect habitat is tailor-made to aid the teaching of curriculum topics in various year groups, focusing on living things and their environments. By observing life cycles and the habitat preferences of different insects, children gain valuable insights into biological science and ecosystem interactions, encouraging deeper scientific inquiry and appreciation of nature.

Supports the National Curriculum

Science, Year 2, Living Things & their Habitats

Identify and name a variety of plants and animals in their habitats, including microhabitats.

Science, Year 4, Living Things & their Habitats

Explore and use classification keys to help group, identify and name a variety of living things in their local and wider environment.

Science, Year 6, Living Things & their Habitats

Describe how living things are classified into broad groups according to common observable characteristics and based on similarities and differences, including micro-organisms, plants and animals.

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    Height

  • 1000 mm

  • Width

  • 1000 mm

  • Depth

  • 500 mm

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