Rainforest Science Make A Fun Living Terrarium


Rainforest Science Make A Fun Living Terrarium

Rainforest Science Make A Fun Living Terrarium
Rainforest Science Make A Fun Living Terrarium

From the blogger: "Are you learning all about the beautiful and fascinating rainforest habitat? You can have your child make a diorama the old-fashioned way or try something new and end up with a beautiful living decor piece. This living rainforest diorama terrarium can be a great hands-on way to teach your child about the animals and plants of the rainforest and a lesson on self-sustaining environments. This mini ecosystem becomes a self-sustaining environment with living plants once the lid is closed. Add this idea to your rainforest science activities for the day. "

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts


Materials List

  • Potting soil
  • A large sealing glass jar, a gallon size is perfect.
  • Small succulents-real or faux
  • Other small tropical plants
  • Small rocks or pebbles
  • Rainforest animal figurines
  • Moss. I used dried moss from Dollar Tree and you can include live moss on the forest floor if you have some.
  • Sticks or small limbs from the yard
  • Hot glue gun/glue sticks
  • White labels

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