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SafariLtd LifeCycle of A Spider


SafariLtd LifeCycle of a spider educational figure set helps preschoolers and kindergartners understand the changes a spider undergoes from birth to maturity. FREE 3-Part Cards.

SafariLtd LifeCycle figure sets are amazing educational tools that help children understand organisms’ lifecycles through fun, hands-on sensorial invitations to learn and play. This highly detailed and scientifically accurate set enables children to learn about the spider’s life cycle, from an egg to an egg sac, to spiderlings, and eventually to an adult spider. Besides, these scientifically accurate, hand-painted figures that show how animals progress are non-toxic and BPA free. Most importantly, with SafariLtd lifecycle of a spider, the young entomologist can study arachnids through a fun sensory hands-on learning activity that you can easily set up at home.

YOU’LL NEED for this hands-on learning activity:

Spider Life Cycle Montessori 3 Part Cards

HOW to present this SafariLtd LifeCycle of A Spider:

First, adhere the tape to a flat surface, sticky side up. Thereafter, make a web form yarn. Finally, offer your child to arrange SafariLtd spider lifecycle stages and match the cards.


With this super easy to make and fun DIY SafariLtd lifecycle of a spider arthropod study, your child will be developing fine motor control while stimulating cognitive development. This hands-on learning activity makes a great teaching tool for learning about creepy crawlers. So, suppress your squeamishness and delve into the wonderful world of spiders with this fun and engaging hands-on lifecycle that will keep little hands busy and minds active! This activity is suitable for children age two and up.

Please, always supervise your children while they are learning through play.

Safari Ltd Life Cycle of A Spider

SafariLtd LifeCycle of A Spider:

A female spider can lay up to 3,000 eggs. Many species then protect the eggs in a silk egg sac, which she attaches to the web for easy protection. Once the eggs hatch, spiderlings emerge, resembling smaller versions of adults. Eventually, spiderlings leave the web and grow into adult spiders. The Life Cycle of a Spider is part of the Safariology® collection.

More about tiny crawlers:

Arachnids have eight legs as oppose to insects that have only six legs. There are over 45,000 species of spiders in the order Araneae. And although some think that they are dangerous, only a few species of spiders pose a threat with their venomous bite. Also, spiders play an important part in our ecosystem as they aid in controlling common pests. For example, spiders eat flies, centipedes, cockroaches, fleas and other undesirable bugs, we often refer to as pests! So, let your little one can discover these interesting facts through this fun hands-on learning activity!

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Safari Ltd Toys That Teach:

With the highest regard, this is a sponsored post with Safari Ltd. All opinions are my own and from the heart! Besides, I am so excited to collaborate with this amazing team that brings Toys That Teach to our children! You can read more about Safari Ltd ’s mission of “educating children about the importance of nature and its conservation through the joy of play” here. Remember, children are learning by doing! Most importantly, they cannot learn what they have not been given a chance to experience! For example, children need to touch, manipulate, transfer, and squeeze! So, offer them Toys That Teach and get 15% OFF your ENTIRE ORDER – purchase HERE!!

For more Safari LTD:

See HERE Nature Inspired TPR Bug Hotel
Also, see HERE Gelatin Bugs Kmart Sensory Tray
Lastly, see HERE Safari Ltd Insects TOOB Black Bean Kmart Play Tray

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