Discovery Adventure – Bug Barn : Get up close and personal with all your favorite creepy-crawlies! Bugs and insects are fascinating creatures, but they’re so small and quick it can be hard to get a good look at them. This is the kit that solves all your bug observation problems, giving you gentle ways to catch and observe little critters before letting them back into the wild!
The Bug Barn comes with a mesh observation room that allows you to observe your bugs while making sure they have enough air. This kit also comes with a magnifying glass so you can get a really good look, a net for catching your specimens, a canister for transport, and a pair of tweezers for moving your creatures into and out of the observation room. The Bug Barn also comes with a sheet of window cling stickers you can use to decorate any dry flat surface.
As a budding entomologist you’ll love getting a great view of wings, legs, antennae, eyes and more!
Ninety-five percent of the earth’s species are insects. This is your chance to analyze these curious creatures in minute detail.
What you get?
Bug Barn by Discovery Adventures. One observation room for observing bugs, a net, tweezers, magnifying glass, canister, window cling stickers, and instruction manual.
Bug viewing barn. Safe and easy way for kids to collect and observe the world of insects up close and personal. Educational and fun bug collecting.
Each Discovery Adventure Bug Barn includes:
1 Viewing Barn
1 Magnifying Glass
1 Instruction Manual
Kids can use the included tweezers, canister and net to collect their insect specimens and pop them straight into the Bug Barn.
The instruction manual helps kids to understand the natural world and the bugs they may find.
A sheet of cool insect wall clings let’s kids decorate any flat surface with their favorite insect – don’t worry parents they peel straight back off.
Helps children learn science using the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) concept.
Approx packaging dimensions: 16cm x 18cm x 25cm
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.