The land 'down under” has an amazing variety of habitats including coastal areas, deserts, forest and, grasslands. The animals in this collection come from these habitats and are a representation of some of the animals indigenous to Australia
These giant sized insects are a fun way to explore the natural world- including the creatures that inhabit it, and creatures you might be able to find in your very own backyard! Create mini worlds, interest displays or simply add to block play, these insects have endless hours of play value.
Role play helps children to develop language and communication skills. It develops and promotes creativity and imagination. Dramatic and imaginative play also encourages children to become more confident and develop a stronger sense of identity. When children come together in role play, it aids in their social and emotional development. Listening to others, negotiation and co-operation all result from authentic dramatic play. This resource is excellent for promoting social and imaginative play. Role play teaches daily routines and skills plus develops social interactions, sharing and a sense of belonging and identity. Play is such an important part of early childhood. Play encourages children to learn, develop and grow whilst they have fun.
42cm Stag Beetle, 40cm Yellow Beetle, 38cm Dragonfly, 38cm Grasshopper, 37cm Cricket, 33cm Scorpion, 32cm Rhino Beetle, 32cm Ant, 31cm Horned Beetle, 29cm Spider, 28cm Bee and 25cm Ladybug.
Snakes consume a variety of items including termites, rodents, birds, frogs, small deer and other reptiles. … Venomous snakes inject their prey with venom, while constrictors squeeze their prey. They do not need to hunt everyday. Anacondas and pythons can survive for up to a year without food after feeding. Snakes are found throughout the world except Antarctica, Iceland, Ireland, Greenland and New Zealand. Most snakes are found in tropical regions. Snakes are found in many habitats including in the water, forests, deserts and prairies.