Esschert Design USA KG118 Children’s Plant Study Set

Amazon.com Price: $50.99 (as of 15/11/2021 10:23 PST- Details)

Everything your child will need to learn about plants and trees is included in this plant studying kit
The reference chart helps to identify trees and plants and the magnifier lets them get a close look at what makes each plant special
With the flower press kids can preserve flowers and leaves for their learning scrapbook

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All children enjoy the great outdoors and with this inventive line of kids educational toys and study garden tools, there is something for every child’s imagination. Our Kids in the Garden collection helps to keep imagination alive and enhance the scope of exploration our kids will experience in the garden. Feed your children’s curiosity with this plant studying kit and increase their willingness to learn about nature. Everything is included in this kit to help them discover the different types of plants, trees and flowers and follow the growth progress. The leaf chart helps kids to identify different trees and bushes and the 6x magnifier lets them get a close look at the individual characteristics of each plant. Includes a measuring tape to help identify leaves by size and the ball of twine can be used to assist plants with their growth. A flower press lets them explore the process of drying and preserving flowers and leaves to put together their own scrapbook of what they have learned. A pad of paper and pencil helps them log their progress and jot down important notes. The instruction booklet helps them along every step of the way. Everything is stored neatly in the handy case with handle and latch.
Everything your child will need to learn about plants and trees is included in this plant studying kit
The reference chart helps to identify trees and plants and the magnifier lets them get a close look at what makes each plant special
With the flower press kids can preserve flowers and leaves for their learning scrapbook
Everything stores neatly in the carrying case