Creepy crawly case

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Everything you need when exploring. Whether it’s out in the big world, in the garden, on the beach, in the woods? There is an opportunity to find and curiously examine the intriguing plants and tingling animals.

Magnifying glasses, binoculars and a compass will surely bring your child to discovery – maybe a look under the sofa is enough to capture something worth studying?

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INFORMATION

Description

This case contains the following:

  • Binoculars with holder
  • Magnifying glass
  • Compass
  • Flashlight
  • Insect glass with magnification

The case measures 30 x 30 x 10 cm and is recommended for children from 3+

Play case with creepy crawly theme

Here is a perfect language suitCase with a creepy crawly theme. With the contents of the suitcase, the child’s curiosity and desire to explore and examine nature’s plants and animals is brought to life. What better opportunity for great conversations and strengthening vocabulary.

It’s as if the fascination with small animals and insects never ends. The littlest ones point and are in awe of the appearance of small creatures, while older children will examine and study them more closely. The creepy crawly case contains everything your nature lover needs to experience creepy crawlies up close. The language case is a great way to create a fun activity for the child, where the elements are prepared in advance. It’s all ready to go, and on a dull grey day, it can be nice to have the right things at the ready. At the same time, there is plenty of learning to be done from the set, as your independent child can experience real wildlife and nature on their own.

SPECIFICATIONS

Additional information

SKU 5744000940137
Age

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Gender

Boy, Girl, Unisex

The suitcase is beautifully illustrated by the illustrator Lea Letén, who also illustrates our children books about Eddie and Hannah. The illustrations on the suitcase can also give rise to conversations about what characterizes the various crawling-crawling animals, such as the number of wings, legs, colors and ways of moving.