This cute cartoon ant poster would be a fun addition to any minibeast themed display.
We have lots minibeast posters for you to print and display on your nursery or classroom wall. They are so cute even the creepy crawly haters will love them.
Ants are so small that we rarely get the chance to study them in detail. When you look closely, though, as this ant poster allows you to do, you can see all their interesting details.
Here's a colourful poster of some busy ants, ready to print and display at home or in the classroom.
Print and display our beautiful bee poster for summer or as part of a bee or minibeast topic. It would also make a lovely project cover.
This fascinating poster shows a close-up of a hive of bees. It means you can study the bee in detail without risk of being stung!
Print and display, include in a project, or laminate and use as a table mat. This bee poster is sure to add cheer however you use it.
Our smiley beetle is begging to be included in your minibeast theme display - or used to decorate a child's room!
Here's a fun scene, complete with beetles, to print out for your walls. Use your printer's borderless settings for the best result.
This useful poster is full of interesting facts for the kids to discover and learn, and might be a good starting point - or revision sheet - for a butterfly project.
You can see all of the stages in the lifecycle of the butterfly together on this lovely poster. Perfect for project books and displays!
Our butterfly life cycle photo posters are perfect for classroom displays if you're learning about nature and life cycles.
There are four stages in the metamorphosis of butterflies, and we've shown them all in a simple diagram on this printable life cycle poster. Display our labelled version, or print the blank version and ask the children if they can name each stage.
We've got a set of 4 lovely colourful posters - one for each stage of the butterfly life cycle - to print and display in the classroom. Choose from labelled, or blank versions below.
Use this colourful poster to spark conversation. Talk about the colours, season, what the children are wearing, how many butterflies you can spot and how many of each type, and so on. Posters like this are great for building vocabulary and conversation skills with younger children.
The butterfly on the poster is a lovely yellow and orange. Print and display as part of a minibeast, garden, spring or summer project.
This beautiful butterfly has been caught by the camera enjoying a summer flower. Print this lovely butterfly poster for your minibeast display.
It is easy to see the similarities between a butterfly and a moth, but harder to see the differences! This useful fact sheet provides some help.
These two posters can be used side-by-side to illustrate the differences between a butterfly and a moth. We've provided 5 differences for the kids to discover.
This lovely poem is a perfect fit for children. It's simplicity, rhyme scheme and its tie-in with the butterfly life cycle provide plenty to think about.
Part of our huge collection of cartoon animal posters, here's a happy caterpillar poster to print and display.
What wonderful colours and designs you can see on this extraordinary caterpillar! This close-up photo just shows what amazing creatures minibeasts are, despite their size.
This caterpillars scene poster is so bright and colourful you can't help but smile when you see it. Why not print and laminate and use as a table mat?
Our cheerful cricket poster is perfect for a mini-beast display or project - print using the borderless settings on your printer for the best results.
When I was a child I used to love helping my grandmother in the garden - until I saw one of these! Whether you love worms or hate them, this poster is perfect for a minibeast display.
This set of frog life cycle photo posters clearly shows the incredible transformation that happens during the life cycle of a frog! Print out (using your printer's borderless settings for the best results) then use in classroom displays.
It's easy to learn about the lifecycle of a frog with this fun and simple to understand life cycle poster. Great for class discussions - have the children ever seen frog spawn or a full-sized frog in real-life perhaps?
Learn about the lifecycle of a frog with our printable posters. They're easy to print and display in the classroom, and you can choose from our labelled or blank versions below (6 pages each).
We keep finding new favourites among our animal images but I think you have to agree that this frog poster definitely has the cute factor!
I love this photographic poster of a frog as it demonstrates so well the camouflage that protects the frog, blending it into its surroundings.
There is a jolly green grasshopper on this printable poster. It could be useful for a minibeast display or maybe James and the Giant Peach?
This poster shows a grasshopper in wonderful, close-up detail. Look at its powerful legs, ready to hop...
Are you studying minibeasts at the moment? This grasshopper poster is perfect for brightening up classroom displays...
Who wouldn't want this gorgeous ladybird poster on display on their wall? Fun for a minibeast, spring or nursery rhyme display...
Ladybirds (or ladybugs) are a welcome addition to the garden, as they eat the aphids which eat our garden plants. This poster shows a little gathering of ladybirds.
This cute ladybirds scene poster would look lovely framed in a nursery or playroom. Or why not laminate it and use it as a place mat - your child will enjoy the picture while eating!
Here's a cheeky snail illustration - perfect as a poster for a playroom wall, perhaps, or as part of a minibeasts display.
There's no mistaking this minibeast! This close-up photo clearly shows the snail's body and tentacles - perfect for your minibeast display.
This snail poster is perfect for allowing kids to look in detail at a snail's features - more so than they could do with a live one, perhaps.
The more you look at a snail, the more fascinating it is! This poster provides a nice close-up of a snail for the kids to study...
Here is a fun "scene" of two friendly snails, enjoying their perch in a garden. It might make a fun poster for the classroom or playroom wall?
This spider poster is useful for a minibeast, Halloween or even a nursery rhyme themed classroom display. The big smile means no-one needs to be scared of this spider!
Younger kids will love this cute spider poster! Perfect for learning the Incy Wincy Spider rhyme, or for Halloween...
Look away if you don't like spiders! Here's a photographic poster showing the sort of spider that I often find in my bathroom!
Spider webs are both fascinating and beautiful, and incredibly begin with just a single thread! Use this poster for a spider topic or for spooky Halloween displays.