Sea Life - Ecosystem Range
Green Sea Turtle | Fairy Penguin | Bluering Octopus | Humpback Whale
1 piece - approx. 10 x 29 cm
A small stand is included
Australia’s waters have 1,700 different species of coral. 80 percent of Australia’s plants, mammals, reptiles, and frogs are unique to Australia and exist nowhere else in the world.
Use for individual interest, light table, and interest table. To engage a child in conversation about his/her interest.
Group time discussions about life cycles, habitats, and prey. Use for transitioning to meal times when a child is called he/she can give you one fact they have learned before going to prepare for their lunch. This allows each child to participate in the learning activities and helps with memory through repetition.
Children can take outdoors and match items to what they find in their environment. Children can put it on a display board and make it into a treasure hunt. Learning through play.
Using the Eco-Systems with children promotes language skills, listening skills, engages children in conversation with peers, and gives them a sense of belonging. All the while giving children an understanding of the world around them.
Children can take outdoors and match items to what they find in their environment, Put them on a display board to make it into a treasure hunt.