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Permanent Calendar

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Representation of the course of the year in this permanent calendar full of details. Made up of 60 pieces with 7 holes, which are grouped into 12 sectors, one for each month of the year. We thus have a composition of days, weeks and months, where the passage of time is symbolized first with the spikes that are nailed for each day of the week and then, turning the weeks that have already passed, that change their color from the obverse to a color of natural wood on its back. Each season is represented in the set of pieces, as a time already past. Based on The Cosmic Education of María Montessori and the Waldorf pedagogy theory of color, this is, without a doubt, a unique piece both for its pedagogical possibilities and for its aesthetic value.  
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Life cycle of the honey bee

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Scientific name: Apis mellifera Bees are very hard-working, they go through their life cycle quickly, with only 21 days from egg to adulthood. Larval bees are fed by adult bees. Once ripe, they go in search of nectar and pollen. Let your little one discover the life cycle of the bee with this set of 4 miniatures. You will learn by playing. The figures in this set of 4 miniatures are perfect Montessori toys for lessons that detail the biological processes and life cycles of animals. The life cycle of a honey bee is part of the Safariology® collection from Safari Ltd®. All Safari Ltd® products are non-toxic and BPA-free *. * Bisphenol A.
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Monarch butterfly life cycle

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Scientific name: Danaus plexippus Small striped caterpillars emerge from the almost invisible eggs. They immediately begin feeding on the surrounding milkweed leaves, storing food for the transition to come. After two weeks, they form a chrysalis, from which a monarch butterfly emerges after another two weeks. Thanks to its bright orange and black coloration, the monarch is one of the best-known species of butterflies. Their surprising transition is shown in this four-part life cycle. The newly emerged caterpillars are black, white, and yellow, a stark contrast to the emerald chrysalis that follows. The finer colors, however, are reserved for the adult monarch butterfly, which measures almost 9cm from the tip of one wing to the tip of the other wing. The figures in this set of 4 miniatures are perfect Montessori toys for lessons that detail the biological processes and life cycles of animals. The life cycle of a monarch butterfly is part of the Safariology® collection from Safari Ltd®. All Safari Ltd® products are non-toxic and BPA-free *. * Bisphenol A.
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Life cycle of a mosquito

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Scientific name: Culicidae Mosquitoes are born in water, where they lay their eggs in floating rafts. The emerging larvae feed on organic material in the water as they pupate. Days later, an adult mosquito emerges from the water, waits for its wings to dry, and flies away. Mosquitoes go through a radical transformation, spending three-quarters of their lives living in water. As adults, only females drink blood; males are only interested in mating. These flexible figures show how mosquitoes progress through extremely different stages. The adult osquito measures 10 cm from the tip of one wing to the tip of the other wing, so all the details are magnified. The figures in this set of 4 miniatures are perfect Montessori toys for lessons that detail the biological processes and life cycles of animals. The life cycle of a mosquito is part of the Safariology® collection from Safari Ltd®. All Safari Ltd® products are non-toxic and BPA-free *. * Bisphenol A.
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Life cycle of a chicken or hen

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Scientific name: Gallus domesticus Did you know that a hen can lay 300 eggs in a year; But, only if there is a rooster, can the eggs contain young? Eggs take 21 days to hatch, but a newborn chick is up and moving within a day. In three months, the chick has lost its yellow feathers and replaced them with adult feathers, ready to start the cycle again. If your little one can't go or doesn't have access to a farm, they can learn about the life cycle of a chicken or hen with these easy-to-handle figures. The chicks are bright yellow in color and are as cute as can be, but in just a few days they begin to lose their feathers and go into adulthood. This set shows the process, until the adult chicken is almost 8 cm tall. The figures in this set of 4 miniatures are perfect Montessori toys for lessons that detail the biological processes and life cycles of animals. The life cycle of a chicken or hen is part of the Safariology® collection from Safari Ltd®. All Safari Ltd® products are non-toxic and BPA-free *. * Bisphenol A.
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Life cycle of a salmon

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Scientific name: Family Salmonidae, subfamily Salmoninae Salmons go through a long journey during their lives, hatching from eggs in freshwater streams, growing into adult fish, and then swimming out to the ocean to live most of their lives in salt water . When they are old enough to mate, they begin the long journey back to the streams from which they were born, where they will spawn and, in most cases, die. This set includes 5 figures that detail the fascinating lifestyle of a salmon, from egg to adult fish. This set provides a fun, tactile way to learn about the life stages of these unique and important fish. The figures in this set of 5 miniatures are Montessori toys perfect for lessons that detail the biological processes and life cycles of animals. The Life Cycle of a Salmon is part of the Safariology® Collection from Safari Ltd®. All Safari Ltd® products are non-toxic and BPA-free *. * Bisphenol A.
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Life cycle of a spider

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Scientific name: Order Araneae A female spider can lay up to 3,000 eggs. Many species of spiders protect the eggs in a silk sac, which is then attached to the web so that the mother can protect them. Once the eggs hatch, spiders emerge, resembling smaller versions of the adults. They eventually leave the web to become adult spiders and repeat the process. This educational figure set helps children learn about the life cycle of the spider, from egg to egg sac, then young spiders, and finally adult spiders. Highly detailed and scientifically accurate, this set is an excellent teaching tool for learning about arachnids. The figures in this set of 5 miniatures are Montessori toys perfect for lessons that detail the biological processes and life cycles of animals. The Life Cycle of a Spider is part of the Safariology® Collection from Safari Ltd®. All Safari Ltd® products are non-toxic and BPA-free *. * Bisphenol A.
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Life cycle of an ant

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Scientific name: Formica This set includes the tiny white eggs where ants start. Then come the larvae, molting several times before entering a period of rest and growth as pupae. The adult ant that emerges is darker in color, but will not grow due to its exoskeleton. Ants live in large colonies led by a queen, whose only job is to lay eggs. The worker ants do the heavy lifting, retrieve food and expand the colony, while the drones exist only to mate with the queen. The early stages of an ant's life cycle are not very colorful, as most of its energy is spent eating. But adult ants have a different coloration depending on the species. This adult ant is almost 7 cm long. The figures in this set of 4 miniatures are perfect Montessori toys for lessons that detail the biological processes and life cycles of animals. The Life Cycle of an Ant is part of the Safariology® Collection from Safari Ltd®. All Safari Ltd® products are non-toxic and BPA-free *. * Bisphenol A.
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Life cycle of a ladybug

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Scientific name: Coccinellidae Don't you think ladybugs are amazing? There are almost 5,000 types of ladybugs. Ladybugs are a type of beetle, and this fascinating set will show your little one how these adorable creatures transform from tiny eggs into beautiful red and black insects. This set allows children to explore inspiring and miraculous transformations by realistically detailing each phase of their metamorphosis. These figures can be admired, displayed, touched and played. The figures in this set of 4 miniatures are perfect Montessori toys for lessons that detail the biological processes and life cycles of animals. The Life Cycle of a Ladybug is part of the Safariology® Collection from Safari Ltd®. All Safari Ltd® products are non-toxic and BPA-free *. * Bisphenol A.
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Life cycle of a green bean plant

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Scientific name: Phaseolus vulgaris This set reveals the development of a green bean plant in a fun and easy-to-learn way. Your little one will be able to observe how a bean plant goes from the germination of the seed to the plant. The figures in this set of 4 miniatures are perfect Montessori toys for lessons detailing the life cycles of plants. The life cycle of a green bean plant is part of the Safariology® collection from Safari Ltd®. All Safari Ltd® products are non-toxic and BPA-free *. * Bisphenol A.
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Life cycle of a frog

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Scientific name: Anura Life begins in the middle of a clutch of floating eggs. Those that survive are born as tadpoles and then undergo rapid change as they lose their gills and grow legs. Life in the water is great, but these amphibians will soon make their way to land and become adult frogs after 12 to 16 weeks. Unlike the various stages many insects go through, these figures show the rapid transition a frog makes from egg to adult. Young tadpoles are often mistaken for fish because they move so fast in the water. These soft and realistic figures show the changing tones of a frog until it becomes an adult, at 5 cm long. The figures in this set of 5 miniatures are Montessori toys perfect for lessons detailing the biological processes and life cycles of animals. The Life Cycle of a Frog is part of the Safariology® Collection from Safari Ltd®. All Safari Ltd® products are non-toxic and BPA free *. * Bisphenol A.
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Life cycle of a green sea turtle

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Scientific name: Chelonia mydas Green sea turtle eggs are buried in 75-200 clutches. After two months, the incubations make a crazy touch for the water, where they will spend the rest of their lives. Green sea turtles do not reach adulthood for 10 years or more, but they can live up to 100 years. Although these figures are dark green, sea turtles can also be brown, gray, or olive green. The figures in this set of 4 miniatures are perfect Montessori toys for lessons that detail the biological processes and life cycles of animals. The life cycle of a green sea turtle is part of the Safariology® collection from Safari Ltd®. All Safari Ltd® products are non-toxic and BPA-free *. * Bisphenol A.