Delta Education Mini Terrarium Explorations Kit, Grade K - 5

Item #: 110-5125
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Delta Education Terrarium Explorations Kit is a great tool to study the interaction and interdependence of biotic and abiotic elements in the terrarium. It comes with materials, organized teacher guide with background information and ideas for further exploration.
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  • Students will find terrariums very interesting and will love watching the changes that occur daily inside them
  • This kit allows them to observe the interaction and interdependence of biotic (living) and abiotic (non-living) elements
  • Clear plastic terraria comes with soil, grass and clover seeds, thermometer, gravel, plastic cups, and activated charcoal
  • Included Teacher's guide provides background information and ideas for further exploration
Materials, a Step-By-Step Teacher Guide with Background in Formation and Ideas for Further Exploration