Feelers out - what's about? Join Jess and her friends as they go on a minibeast adventure and learn more about the amazing creatures that live right on our very doorstep.
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In her treehouse den, Jess looks at caterpillars and waits for a chrysalis to hatch.
Jess tries to spot ladybirds and shows how to make a safe and warm place for them to live.
Jess searches for slugs in the garden and looks at how they move and breathe.
Jess takes a close look at beetles' wings, hard shells and sensitive antennae.
By her pond, Jess looks at dragonflies and the difference between them and damselflies.
Jess demonstrates how to make a wormery so that children can watch worms at work.
Jess is down by her pond watching pond skaters.
In her treehouse den, Jess has a close look at some woodlice.
In her treehouse den Jess has a section from a beehive and watches the bees inside it.
In her treehouse den Jess has a close look at flies.
Jess meets up with some children and together they search in a meadow for butterflies.
Jess has a close look at a millipede and shows how it differs from a centipede.
Jess has a look at some earwigs and shows how to tell if an earwig is male or female.
Jess is looking at harvestmen - many people think of them as daddy longlegs.
In her treehouse den, Jess looks at her ant colony with its queen and many worker ants.
Jess and her friends open up a moth trap to see what Jess has collected overnight.
Jess and her friends find beautiful webs and observe the spiders that made them.
The children find a centipede and build a cosy centipede corner where it can hide away.
Jess and her friends go pond dipping and manage to find some water boatmen to observe.
Jess makes some special lettuce soup for snails to eat and the children watch them feed.