Kids understand creepy-crawlies

Magazine about insects and spiders

Understand the creepy-crawlies with the WELL-KA-HU-KA-MEER-PLOPP:

A new teaching magazine about little animals in nature, even right at one's doorstep.

Insects and spiders are easy to observe, even in cities. For children, these little creatures are often the first contact to animals.

It's not cool to step on beetles intentionally or to vaccum a spider who got lost in the house. It's really cool to know how to carry it to the garden without hurting a leg. Or knowing much more about insects than adults do.

If children learn to treat little animals with respect, it will be more natural to handle bigger animals like cats and dogs with care.

The brochure includes a story about "Romeo", the stripes bug and Julia, the girl who dislikes insects in the beginning and many riddles. The teaching magazine contains a lot of tips for observing creepy crawlies.

(c) Eva Bulwa