Teaching Life Cycles with Safari Ltd Safariology Science Figures Review

Since my son started kindergarten there's been LOTS of questions about how things grow. I found answering these types of questions are way more helpful with visual aids. So I started the basic explanations of life cycles with a few figurines from Safari Ltd Safariology Science: Life Cycles.

Teaching Life Cycles with Safari Ltd Safariology Science Figures

Note: I received product sample for review purpose. No other compensation was received. Any personal views expressed are always 100% my own.

I first learned about Safari Ltd during Toy Fair NY 2013 and was really impressed with the quality of the figures. All figures are made hand painted and made as true to life as possible. So I was happy to received two sets from the Life Cycles line and used those to teach my son how animals grow.

Safari Ltd Life Cycle of a Frog Set

The Life Cycle of a Frog Set ($9.99) shows the five steps in the growth an amphibian. My son was amazed to "see" the eggs and different stages a frog grows through before becoming an adult frog.

Safari Ltd Life Cycle of a Ladybug

The Life Cycle of a Ladybug ($9.99) shows how a tiny egg turns into a red and black spotted ladybug. My son was very excited to play with a bug stage.

All the figures in the Life Cycle line were so detailed and well made. That really helped my son understand that this really happens to real animals. Using these Safari Ltd figures, I was able to answer his question and give him some fun "toys" to continue his growing discoveries.

Safari Ltd Safariology Science: Life Cycles

This year during Toy Fair NY 2014, I stopped by the Safari Ltd to see the new additions to the Safariology Science: Life Cycles line.

Safari Ltd Life Cycles Evolution Of Man

In addition to figures feature plants, animals, and insects, this year new additions include Beetle, Ant and the Evolution Of Man. So if your child is curious about science and how things grow, then I recommend you introduce them to Safari Ltd.


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16 comments:

  1. How neat! what a great way to make learning fun!

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  2. What a great way to have fun and educate your little ones. Although, the bugs look a bit too realistic!

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  3. I love the detail on these. Such a great way to show the life cycle to kids!

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  4. How cool! This is a fun way to share the life cycle lesson with children.

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  5. I like these! I would love to have his as a teaching aid for our daycare.

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  6. What a great interactive way to teach

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  7. It makes it all the more real when it's something they can touch and look at. That company definitely makes quality products.

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  8. That's a really neat way to learn about how animals grow. My boys love this kind of learning.

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  9. This to me is the best way to learn. It's fun and makes a photo image for his memory! Great!

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  10. That is such a great resource for teaching the life cycles! I bet it was a lot of fun for him to learn!

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  11. This is such a fun way to learn. Hands on always works better for my kids.

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  12. Wow, I love them. What a great way to teach the cycles. Very interesting.

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  13. What a great learning tool to teach life cycles. Can't wait to add these to my collection of things to use this summer with my boys.

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  14. Those look great! Perfect for kids with an intetest in science!

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  15. WOW, this is a great way to teach kids through fun. Thanks for sharing this.

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  16. those look like a lot of fun!! i think my kids would have a blast. and probably create treasure hunts with them

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