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1. Butterfly Garden
$29.99
2. Butterfly Pavilion
$15.99
3. Butterflies Kit
$17.99
4. The Original Creepy Crawlers Bug
$9.99
5. Creature Peeper
$6.99
6. Best Ever Bug Jar
$7.99
7. Watch a Bug
$12.99
8. Grasshopper Hat
$14.99
9. Ladybug Puppet
$9.99
10. Magnetic Bug Catching Game
$5.99
11. Kaleidabug
$14.99
12. Creature Keeper
$9.99
13. Buzzerks Eyewear Hornet
$3.50
14. Mini Butterfly Finger Puppet
$14.99
15. Lady Bug Hat
$9.99
16. Mantis Buzzerks Eyewear
17. Port-A-Bug Habitat

1. Butterfly Garden
by Imaginarium
Toy
list price: $24.99 -- our price: $24.99
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Asin: B00000ISC5
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Did you know that painted ladies (the butterflies, that is) taste with their feet and have 10,000 eyes? You and your kids will be fascinated by all you learn about these beautiful creatures with the Butterfly Garden from Insect Lore. The kit comes with a relatively easy-to-assemble observation chamber; supplies for feeding the butterflies (you provide only sugar and water); an informative booklet of clear instructions and butterfly facts; and a certificate for three to five free painted lady caterpillars. The metamorphosis from larva to butterfly takes about three weeks from when you receive the caterpillar larvae (which arrive in a small container with all the nutrients they need). Your children can watch the larvae increase dramatically in size, form chrysalides, and finally emerge into full-fledged painted ladies (it's suggested that they release the butterflies after a few days of observation). This would make a wonderfulactivity for families with kids of any age, but younger children will need help assembling the observationchamber and reading the instruction booklet. (Note: The manufacturer recommends that butterflies should not be set free in temperatures lower than 55 degrees Fahrenheit.) --Rachel Radway ... Read more

Reviews (65)

1-0 out of 5 stars DEAD BUGS
I purchased this for my 7 year old daughter for christmas. I was guarenteed 3 live larve.They are all dead and I can not get ahold of the company. I would rate this a big Zero

5-0 out of 5 stars Butterfly Garden
My sister gave this to my 8 year old daughter for her birthday.I also have a 4 year old daughter.This is one of the best gifts my children have ever received!From the start, both of my children were enthralled with the metamorposis from caterpillar to butterfly.The bonus is that there is very little that is required of parents except to make sure the instructions are followed.The caterpillars come in a plastic container that has all the food they require to grow and change.Even though one of the chrysalides fell off the paper disc under the lid, it still was able to continue metamorphosis at the bottom of the butterfly observatory.We just released our three beautiful painted lady butterflies yesterday after three weeks of wonder and excitement.Luckily my daughter's birthday is in July so we could release our butterflies when the weather is warm and the flowers are in full bloom.I recommend that you keep your butterflies safe in their observation chamber for at least two days.Two butterflies emerged before the third one did and I was afraid they weren't eating the food I provided (sugar water).Not wanting the first two to starve, I had my daughters release all of them less than a day after the third butterfly emerged.That third butterfly didn't seem ready to fly off yet and stayed in the garden on a post unmoving for a long while. I watched it to make sure it was unharmed and breathed a sigh of relief when it finally flew off.I couldn't have asked for a more fun and educational gift!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
I purchased this for my daughter's 4th birthday. The caterpillars arrived on her birthday, which she loved even more. They are now in chrysalide form and she is so excited because she can see them grow and grow every day. This is an awesome toy and have reccomended it to everyone with and with out kids. I also bought a book called "From Caterpillar to Butterfly" and it describes the metaphorsis excellently to her. 2 thumbs up. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Activity    2. Learning    3. Science    4. Bugs    5. Butterflies   


2. Butterfly Pavilion
by Insect Lore
Toy
list price: $39.99 -- our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004U5UF
Sales Rank: 279
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT Butterfly Kit!
I have been rasing butterflies for 5 years and I LOVE this kit! It's so cool to see them chow down on their nutrient and then change into a chrysalis. I have a suggestion:DO NOT move your caterpillars around a lot, they are delicate and when moved too much, it kills them. Keep them in a quiet, warm place and watch and learn! I have chrysalids right now and they are almost ready to hatch! Tip: mist your chrysalids every other day. This increses the chance that they'll emerge healthy!

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful--Raise generations of butterflies!
My son (age 5) got this from his grandparents for Christmas and it has been terrific fun for all of us.The first set of ten caterpillars grew visibly day-by-day, then pupated and emerged as butterflies in a few weeks.There is a lot of great information about painted lady and other butterfly species online and having this project got my son very interested in how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly so soon I found myself showing him multi-colored pictures of imaginal discs (the larval structures that produce the butterfly wing, leg etc. during metamorphosis) online at websites I found--a great way to get him interested in developmental biology.The first time we talked about this he decided they were actually "magical discs", given what these groups of cells can do...the whole process has been very entertaining for the whole family....It is also really fun to have butterflies flitting around and caterpillars growing in the pavilion in the kitchen when it is gray and wintery outside.

How to raise more than one generation of critters inside:
Since we sent our coupon for larvae out immediately after Christmas, we had butterflies dancing around the pavilion and mating in February when there were no plants outside to collect for the next generation of caterpillars to eat.Anticipating this, I ordered a mallow plant and some additional larval food from Carolina Biological Supply Company at about the time when our caterpillars turned into chrysalises:there is an online store and the stuff to get is the L918 culture medium (144040).This will feed about 80 larvae.(Unfortunately the Insect Lore company, which makes the Pavilion, only sells caterpillar food in small quantities along with additional larvae, which we certainly didn't need).

How to do it:We set the mallow plant in the pavilion and the butterflies laid their eggs on the leaves where we could watch them darken and emerge as very tiny 1mm long new caterpillars.After 4-5 days of watching the caterpillars eat the mallow plant (making little tracks on the leaves) we prepared them new homes in caterpillar media.To do this, you can use either the original plastic containers that the first generation larvae are shipped in (clean them out and dish wash them) or use another small clear-sided plastic or glass jar with a lid.Clean the containers well (I wiped the inside with a paper towel with isopropyl alcohol on it after dishwashing to kill bacteria, which will contaminate the food and make the larvae sick).The food will come in two plastic containers (nearly full).One of these can be frozen for subsequent generations.Transfer the contents of one container to a covered microwaveable container and heat on medium in the microwave (swirling every 10-30 seconds to mix and avoid overheating) until it is a solution.Pour media into the bottoms of the larvae containers to a depth of about a quarter inch (this will make 4-5 new containers).If there is a lot of condensation on the sides after the media has hardened, you can wipe this away with a paper towel--I did this, but then again alcohol-wiped the inside solid surfaces and lid above the media.Cover the containers loosely (leave the lid slightly ajar) and put them somewhere to dry.I laid a clean paper towel over the collection of covered jars to keep dust/dirt from drifting in given the activity level of the children here.After a couple days of drying, these were ready for larvae.If necessary (ie., if not using the previously shipped containers) make very, very small air holes in the lid.Then use a toothpick or matchstick to collect each 2-4 mm long larva off of the mallow plant leaves and tap to drop them into the new container.Put a clean paper towel over the top of the container (under the lid) and re-cap the jar--now the paper will serve as a scaffold for new chrysalises to hang from and will allow air in while preventing the tiny caterpillars from escaping.Try to be relatively aseptic about this.

It appears that we're going to get about 20-30 new caterpillars from the first generation, which I should be able to accommodate with the larvae cups made above...hopefully by the time we've run out of this food and been through a couple more generations it will be summer and warm enough to release all of the butterflies we have outside.The pavilion is well made and sturdy enough that it should accommodate many other projects involving insects.All in all, we've been entirely pleased with this--a great gift that's had my son on the phone describing his butterflies' recent development to grandma and grandpa several times!

One more tip:the adult butterflies seem to become upended on the floor of the pavillion at times while they are flapping around and have trouble gaining traction to right themselves on the slick nylon surface.This shortened the lives of several of ours until I saw it happening and put some packing material (like easter straw) in there for them to stand on.


4-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful for child and parent
My two daughters, ages 5 and 8, each received one of these as a Christmas present.We sent away for the caterpillars and they arrived in one week.I have to admit that even I, as an adult, really enjoyed watching the progress of the caterpillars as they transformed into beautiful butterflies.My only compaint is that we weren't prepared when two of the butterflies became entangled in the webbing surrounding the cocoon.There was nothing in the instructions about what to do so we had to watch the butterflies suffer until they finally died from exhaustion.We told the kids that it was simply part of nature.Other than that, what a great experience! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Science    3. Bugs   


3. Butterflies Kit
by Balitono, Inc
Toy
list price: $15.99 -- our price: $15.99
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Asin: B00000IS3P
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Re-create Mother Nature's beautiful designs on the wings of butterflies with this kit from Balitono. It includes 4-inch wooden butterflies that can be used as refrigerator magnets, hanging sculptures, window decorations, and toy treasures. The kit offers three butterflies, nontoxic acrylic paints in five colors, shiny varnish, and a paintbrush. Each figure also comes with a press-on magnet, hanging accessories, a suction cup (for window use), and a small gift tag. An easy-to-follow instruction sheet includes compelling facts about the nature of butterflies. Colorful illustrations on the box show a wide variety of butterflies young artists might like to paint. A coded diagram inside identifies each species by name. Children may want to give these items as gifts, use them to decorate their rooms, or simply use them in creative play. --Joan DeClaire ... Read more

Reviews (21)

2-0 out of 5 stars Expensive
I felt this kit was expensive for the small amount of items that came with it. It is cute and beats having my kids sit in front of the television, [...] As a plus I must admit that my children (ages 9 and 7) enjoyed painting the butterflies and turning them into magnets. That is worth a few stars.

5-0 out of 5 stars classic but fun!
My girls have received other Balitono kits before and theylove them, so I am always on the lookout for more styles.The best ones we had were the horses kit and some other jewelry box kits (not sure the exact names) but the painted things are on our girls' tables.

The butterflies kit is not as elaborate as the others we had but we had as much fun creating them.My 9 year old and 7 year old shared the kit and took the time painting them and making into magnets and ornaments.The butterflies are about 4 inches each, not large but there are 3 of them and i am impressed with the quality of the paints and paintbrush since i used to paint on canvas.on the pamphlet, it said the wooden butterflies are hand-carved and they have the details that are life-like.One improvement i would like to have is to have a glow-in-the-dark paint included.

2-0 out of 5 stars Busy momof four with limited income
I was pretty disappointed when I open this toy. I have very little money to spend on four wonderful children, and this was to be a Christmas gift, but when I opened it and saw that there were only three littel wooden butterflies, one paint brush and only six primary colors of paint, I really felt like I had wasted my limited resources.

I wish I had taken the time to read ALL of the reviews before purchasing this product. At a lower price, like 3.99 or less, this would have been a great deal, well worth it. But not at $14.99 plus shipping. I will certainly be much more careful when choosing toys online that is for sure.

Fortunately for me, my children are very well-manored and very compassionate. It is the reason for holiday that makes them happy. NOT the quality or quantity of the gifts they get. God bless them all... ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Arts and Crafts    2. Painting Kits    3. Animals    4. Bugs    5. Butterflies    6. Painting    7. Learning    8. Activity    9. Craft Kits   


4. The Original Creepy Crawlers Bug Makers
by Toymax
Toy
-- our price: $17.99
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Asin: B00000JW2G
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Why chase bugs when you can cook up your own? Budding (orshould that be bugging?) entomologists will enjoy creating their ownleggy marvels in the special bug oven--actually a heater tray that'spowered by a light bulb. Two tubes of "Plasti-goop" and one of "GoopFX" (for detailing) are included. You need to buy one 60-watt smallbase candelabra bulb. The two included metal molding trays enable youto make eight different bugs, each 1 to 2 inches long. Adultinstallation and supervision required. --Richard Farr ... Read more

Reviews (64)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great toy Hard to find refills
I bought one of these for my sons bithday from a local Toys R Us store and we love it. we found that the bugs will stick to windows and mirrors well if left just a little tacky.

The problem of finding GoopFX is driving me crazy. I can't find the GoopFX anywere so I called the manufacture who says they have plenty of it but the stores aren't stocking it along with new molds and they don't have an online store to sell it.The manufacture is supposed to do some research for a supplier but I have yet to hear back from them.

Good looking bugs can still be made with the regular goop but detailing them takes some practice. All in all a realy cool toy as long as they keep the goop coming.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not a good toy for impatient children
My 5 year old daughter received this toy from a friend for Christmas last year.She thought it was the coolest toy.When we brought the toy home and opened it...there was no bulb, and nowhere open on Christmas to buy one.When we were finally able to get a bulb for the toy the next day, much to her disappointment, it takes approximately 10-12 minutes to "cook" the bugs and another 12-15 minutes for the machine to cool down so the door can be opened (safety feature).She was not very happy with having to wait almost a half an hour for one spider to be made.Needless to say, she dosen't play with that toy much now.

4-0 out of 5 stars The making of bugs
My 8 year old loves having creepy bugs to play with and once we lessened the cooking time (after talking with the products customer service department, which was very helpful) we got the bugs to look very colorful. However, it is very difficult for him to squeeze the bottles by himself - smaller holes help with making better details, which he also has trouble doing - so I tend to do all the work, with his input.We are also dispointed that the FX Goop that is thicker and supposed to be used for filling in the legs and all the detailing like lines, spots, eyes, etc. does not come in many colors (we got pink, yes - PINK! Not a favorite of boys!). It also can not be purchased seperately like the Plastic Goop, the only way to get more FX Goop is to purchase the bug machine or the mold packs - each which only include one small tube. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Bugs    2. Science    3. Wacky    4. Gross   


5. Creature Peeper
by Insect Lore
Toy
-- our price: $9.99
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Asin: B000066HU1
Sales Rank: 2268
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Fun and Learning!!
These Creature Peepers are wonderful!!Our 4-year-old just loves his!Before we had this, he was always bringing his newly-found "friends" into the house.Yuck!!Since buying the Creature Peeper, he still brings his 6 and 8-legged "friends" into the house- but now I am much calmer about it!He loves to catch all sorts of bugs and study them through the magnifying scopes in the top and bottom of this toy.Great fun for curious children!! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Science    3. Bugs   


6. Best Ever Bug Jar
by Insect Lore
Toy
list price: $7.99 -- our price: $6.99
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Asin: B000099Z8P
Sales Rank: 1145
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Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Science    3. Bugs   


7. Watch a Bug
by Insect Lore
Toy
-- our price: $7.99
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Asin: B000099Z8M
Sales Rank: 2679
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Lovin' the bug watch!
I ordered this for our 4.5yo son for Christmas, to use next Spring.I broke down & gave it to him when it came today & he LOVES it!Now our 5.5yo son wants one too, & he's not even the tree hugger! LoL

I think it's a great idea-kinda gross to think they're on their arm, but there's plenty of sturdy plastic between wrist & bug!

5-0 out of 5 stars Neat little toy
I bought this for my 4 yr old last summer and he used it all summer long.It has a durable hook-and-loop strap and the top snaps very securely.It works best for very small insects such as ladybugs, lovebugs, and crickets.My son has even put very tiny frogs in it.Insects such as dragonflies and butterflies are too large for it.It also came with a plastic toy bug in it and he loved using the fake bug to scare grandparents and other relatives. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Science    3. Bugs   


8. Grasshopper Hat
by Elope Inc.
Toy
-- our price: $12.99
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Asin: B000034DLG
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Editorial Review

Don this gracious green grasshopper hat and be transformed tothe order Orthoptera, where hopping is the primary mode oftransportation and the males fill the air with lively song. The softfuzzy green headpiece comes complete with bulging brown bug eyes andlong green bendable antennae. Should you ever find yourself among achoir of singing grasshoppers, you'll be glad you have this dapperlittle number in your wardrobe. Dress-up is a great way to stimulateimagination and creativity through role-play, so let your child hop toit! --Alison Golder ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Activity    2. Pretend Play    3. Bugs    4. Costumes    5. Fashion    6. Fashion Accessories    7. Hats   


9. Ladybug Puppet
by Folkmanis Inc.
Toy
-- our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00000K2FZ
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Puppets nurture the imagination, inspire creativity, develop interactive play and expandlanguage. This reviewer has found them to be excellent tools for teaching foreign languages--children willcomfortably experiment when manipulating a puppet, but not when simply talking to a friend. As childrenmature, they are able to use puppets in a more sophisticated manner that will help them last a good longtime.

The interesting fact sheet that Folkmanis always includes with their puppets tells us that this Ladybugpuppet (winner of a Parents' Choice Award) is one of 5,000 species of ladybugs worldwide. Ladybug is red,as she should be to warn predators. Her fleecy soft body is filled with firm foam. Manipulate her on herunderside with a black velveteen glove (cleverly designed with two thumbs for both left- and right-handedpuppeteers) that serves as her legs. This is a simple, well-made puppet worthy of its award. --Sandy Hirsch ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Goes Great with the Grouchy Ladybug Story!
Both my children have enjoyed the story by Eric Carle "The Very Grouchy Ladybug."Having a ladybug puppet just enhances it and makes it so much more interactive.And it was a hit when my son took the puppet and book to school to share with his teachers and friends!

5-0 out of 5 stars This will tickle kids of all ages
My five year old son loves to talk to "lady buggy" as I crawl around him with my fingers in 5 of her 6 legs. She's held up through sharing his powdered-suger doughnuts and falling in the tub. Just a lovely little puppet. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Stuffed Animals    2. Pretend Play    3. Puppets    4. Bugs    5. Ladybugs    6. Animals    7. Stuffed Toys   


10. Magnetic Bug Catching Game
by Melissa & Doug
Toy
-- our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00004R8JX
Sales Rank: 9138
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Fun toy for the kids
My two boys, ages 2 and 4, really enjoyed this puzzle/toy.They loved using the magnetic fishing net to pull the pieces off the board.The only downside, like all puzzle-type toys, is you've got to keep track of all the pieces.

3-0 out of 5 stars Only worked after modification...
We bought this for my 2 year old son, who loves bugs, while on vacation.He loved it, but the magnet that was attached to the "bug catching net" was not strong enough to pick up most of the bugs.I did not want to return it, since he loved it so much, so Dad attached another stronger magnet, which fixed the problem.I plan to call the 800 number for Melissa and Doug toys, since they encourage feedback about their products.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Toy
Summer is the best time of year to observe insects at work--but this top notch puzzle keeps children learning about insects all year long. Fun to play with, a great learning tool, well made. My daughter got this for her fourth birthday and it has provided hours and hours of fun for her, especially since she visited the beautiful live butterfly exhibit at the zoo. Highly recommended for boys and girls alike. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Games    2. Preschool    3. Wood    4. Bugs    5. Learning    6. Activity    7. Board Games   


11. Kaleidabug
by Insect Lore
Toy
list price: $7.99 -- our price: $5.99
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Asin: B000099Z8E
Sales Rank: 6786
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Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Science    3. Bugs   


12. Creature Keeper
by Small World Toys
Toy
-- our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00000ITTA
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Kids who are fond of nature sometimes enjoy observing an animal or an insect at close range. This mailbox-shaped Creature Keeper makes that a relatively humane and easy activity.Made of naturalwood and a fine, green netting, the container opens at one end, allowing for simple access, along with theeasy removal of a beetle, a butterfly, or a praying mantis.One can also replicate a creature's customaryenvironment by adding rocks, twigs, grass, and flowers to the box.A strap is attached to the top of the boxfor easy carrying. The container looks good and provides adequate, temporary housing for interestingcritters.--Tom Keogh ... Read more

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Dissatisfied
A family member bought this for my little brother and although he loves to catch all sorts of bugs, he was extremely disappointed with this bug keeper.The mesh was eaten through by crickets and the door broke after he dropped it on the basement floor.

I found another bug house made by Tweber and bought it in hopes it would hold up a little better for a 7 year old's adventures.It has held up great and he has had it for 2 summers--the mesh is cricketproof(which means no escapees inside the house)! It also has glow in the dark trim for our warm summer night firefly catching adventures. Look for Tweber products---they really are durable---and don't forget a butterfly net!

3-0 out of 5 stars It broke!
It sounded like such a good idea to get this for my 5-year-old son.He was very excited about it . . . until the plexi-glass door broke off of it within the first 5 minutes.Oh well.

4-0 out of 5 stars Well built, durable
This item is extremely well built and very handsome ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Activity    2. Learning    3. Science    4. Animals    5. Bugs   


13. Buzzerks Eyewear Hornet
by Insect Lore
Toy
-- our price: $9.99
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Asin: B000099Z89
Sales Rank: 19938
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Subjects:  1. Bugs   


14. Mini Butterfly Finger Puppet
by Folkmanis
Toy
-- our price: $3.50
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Asin: B00000K593
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Editorial Review

As delicate and ephemeral as a wisp of cloud, this littlebutterfly is a chiffon-winged flight of fancy. The 8-inch-long tinyfinger puppet gains a little substance when your finger fills a stretchyknit tube of midnight black that forms its torso. Eyes are tiny Frenchknots, barely visible. The two antennae are formed by wisps of stringattached at the forehead. And those wings! Dainty snippets of lilacchiffon gracefully shaped and tinted with swirls of amethyst, edged inblack. This could be a rare specimen from the wilds of Myanmar or aprize from the tropical jungles of South America. Because it's small,light, and uncomplicated--and because butterflies aren't generallytalkative critters--it's a perfect choice for a smaller child who hasn'thad much experience with puppetry or performance. And this butterfly makes a goodconversation-starter with those who may be on the shy side. You'll wantto take good care of the wings--or be prepared to iron them--becausethey'll wrinkle if little Butterfly gets tossed carelessly into the toybox. --Julie Ubben ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Bugs    2. Butterflies    3. Pretend Play    4. Puppets    5. Stuffed Animals    6. Animals   


15. Lady Bug Hat
by Elope Inc.
Toy
-- our price: $14.99
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Asin: B000034DLE
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Editorial Review

A beetle of the family Coccinellidae, the ladybug is hard toignore, with her red-hot bod and black spots. This velvety red ladybughat has a black line down the middle, six black spots, and six curlyblack legs. Dress-up is a great way to stimulate imagination andcreativity through role-play. --Alison Golder ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Costumes    2. Fashion    3. Activity    4. Pretend Play    5. Bugs    6. Fashion Accessories    7. Hats   


16. Mantis Buzzerks Eyewear
by Insect Lore
Toy
-- our price: $9.99
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Asin: B000099Z8B
Sales Rank: 6592
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Subjects:  1. Bugs   


17. Port-A-Bug Habitat
by Insect Lore
Toy

Asin: B000066HU0
Sales Rank: 19522
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Low Visibility
This is better than my kids carrying around mayo jars...safer too.But, after they put their creature in, you couldn't see it very well.The mesh was too dense.You couldn't see the details on certain bugs.They liked the mayo jars better.

5-0 out of 5 stars Canary Holder
I put my canary in this while I am cleaning his cage. He has plenty of ventilation and feels safe and sure while in it. Durable. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Learning    2. Science    3. Bugs   


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