A creative rotational disc box design to enable a child to see the 5 growth steps of the pretty ladybird one at a time! Open the box to see the 5 vividly realistic models of each and learn interesting facts about each state.
Among other things, you will learn that after about a week of the eggs being laid the larvae will hatch. The Larva will then become pupa, where over the course of two weeks the ladybird changes a lot and finally emerges into an adult. The toys can be put back in the book after they've been played with and stored in a bookshelf for easy retrieval. Great for home or the classroom!
The Metamorphosis of Ladybird, including 5 toys depicting each growth stage of the ladybird.
Ladybirds are tiny common insects sized from 1mm to 10mm. They have other names like 'Ladybugs', but their true scientific name is 'Coccinellidae'. They are helpful because they eat pests like aphids. Some people even trust they bring good luck if they land on one's body.
- Life cycles
- Bugs and insects
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.