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Insect Lore Online Store – Where Nature Comes Alive!

When it comes to teaching and sharing the fascinating lifecycles of butterflies and other insects, thousands families and educators worldwide have come to know and trust Insect Lore and their bug-related kits.

Their products have won numerous prestigious awards. In 2004, the Wall Street Journal rated Insect Lore’s Butterfly Pavilion as “Best Overall Butterfly Raising Kit.” The Butterfly kits also received the 2004 Teacher’s Choice Award, the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award, Early Childhood News Award, and others.

If you’re looking for a science unit featuring a bug’s life, consider one of these:

Award-winning Butterfly Pavilion: Raise Painted Lady butterflies while learning all about metamorphosis. Watch each caterpillar’s transition as it matures, changes into a chrysalid, and finally emerges as a Painted Lady butterfly. After observing your butterflies, experience the joy of releasing them into your backyard.

Ladybug Land: Discover ladybug metamorphosis in the acclaimed Ladybug Land. Send in the certificate and receive Pink Spotted ladybug larvae by mail. The see-through domed habitat allows you to get a bug’s eye view as you watch the small larvae eat and drink from special gels, form cocoons, and emerge as adult ladybugs.

Garden Spider Web Frame: This all-wood garden conversation piece is the perfect spider condo. Just place the spider web frame in any natural setting, and watch spiders spin intricate and interesting webs through the frame’s window. Features a special spider-friendly hideaway to keep your spider safe.

AntHill, the world’s first living ant habitat designed like a real ant’s home: The anthill’s unique cross-cut design features an oversized tunneling chamber for easy observation and a wide base that makes it virtually impossible to tip over.

Crawlerpillar: The Crawlerpillar is a five-foot-long crawl-through tunnel, with a removable caterpillar face peek-a-boo cover.   

Nature comes alive at Insect Lore!

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