My Living World’s Bug Safari contains everything you need for hunting minibeasts and learning more about the creatures that live just outside your door; in your garden, the local park or woods.

Inside the box is a bug hunting guide with information of what kinds of insects you may find with hunting tips and lots of facts and advice. There is also a pair of tweezers for handling larger insects, a magnifying glass for close up action, a small paint brush for cleaning down insects, some handy bug collecting tongs and a magnifying pot to store your collection of insects.

The boys didn’t need much persuasion to get out in the garden digging out what creatures we have living there. Learning about minibeasts (which basically means small animals without a backbone) is a key part of the Science curriculum for EYFS and KS1 so this kit is a fantastic way for children to do some hands on learning. Before you could say “ants in your pants” they had filled the clear jar with around 12 different types of minibeast all found under plant pots, around trees and scuttling about the decking. Great educational fun!

 

Don’t forget to return all of your captured treasures back to the wild back to their home when you have finished looking at them as they play an important part in our habitat. Be careful also not to collect creatures like bees and wasps that might be a tad angry at been cased up and will be likely to sting!

 

If you or your children are fans of minibeasts this is a fantastic kit for safely handling the little creatures. The enclosed guide is fun and informative. The perfect treat to keep children busy in the Summer holidays and learning too!

I have one kit to give away to a lucky reader, just fill in the Rafflecopter below telling me what your favourite minibeast is and why. Personally I am quite a fan on the centipede – I just love all its cute little legs! There are a staggering 25,000 different types of minibeasts so  you have a massive section to choose from!

If you are interested in insects check out my other giveaway for win your own Ant World – this giveaway ends on 3 August so be quick!

 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

Good luck!

Term and conditions:
<li>This giveaway is open to UK residents only.</li>

<li>The winner will be chosen via Rafflecopter and announced on this page.</li>

<li>The winner will be contacted by e-mail within 3 days of competition ends, if they do not respond within 7 days another winner may be chosen.</li>
<li>Your details will be passed to Interplay UK, but will not be passed onto any third parties by My Gorgeous Boys.</li>

<li>The prize will be sent directly to the winner from Interplay UK Ltd.</li>

<li>The company reserves the right to substitute the prize for one of a similar type/value if the prize above is not available.</li>
<li>Entries using any software or automated process to make bulk entries will be disqualified.</li>

<li>Competition ends midnight Sunday 16 August.</li>

<li>Entry into the competition constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions.</li>

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15 Responses to Bug Safari review and #giveaway @interplayuk #minibeast

  1. Simon G says:

    spiders – they really are minibeasts

  2. Allan Fullarton says:

    Love Ladybirds!

  3. karen Howden says:

    I love butterflys, they are so pretty

  4. Caroline Signey says:

    Woodlouse because they can curl up into a ball

  5. Angela Williams says:

    I love seeing ladybirds as they eat green fly

  6. Kelly L says:

    Ladybirds as I love the colour!

  7. Laura Loo says:

    I love ladybirds

  8. Lyla says:

    Ladybirds are lovely to look at and are harmless

  9. Rachel Butterworth says:

    Ladybirds are really pretty.

  10. Ladybirds because they are the least scary looking lol! x

  11. maggie ali says:

    ladybirds! love them for their red colour, my favourite 🙂

  12. Mummy Fever says:

    snails – mainly because my toddler is fascinated by them

  13. Kaci Soderstrom says:

    Ants, unless they enter the house and then I hate them!

  14. Andrea Fletcher says:

    I like ladybirds.

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