A buff-tailed bumblebee, stripy black and yellow, buzzing through the fields, during spring - warm and mellow. A seven-spot ladybird, sings as the wind whistles, resting on the leaves, passing the Marsh Thistle. Dog rose flowers, sitting cute and pretty, children discussing nature, and glad they left the city. A big, giant dragonfly, flying across his head, and a long black slug, looking for a cosy shed. A swallowtail butterfly on his way to meet the swallow, the wasp and the spider join, along with the house sparrow. Nature's full of flowers, clovers and buttercups, harebells and daisies and coltsfoot shooting up. Don't forget the slugs, and the spiders and the worms, enjoying the natural cycle as they enter a new term! Enjoy puzzling with this cute, cheerful and educational nature field puzzle. You will find 24 curved edged pieces, which feature a mixture of bugs, flowers, and slugs around the frame. Next to each outer frame puzzle piece, the name of each flower, insect, bird or animal. A separate puzzle featuring the illustration of a boy and a girl sitting in the field around nature and having a conversation is featured in the centre. This consists of 24 interlocking style pieces that may help to tell a "Spring story!" You will find most of the species children find in nature, in their natural habitat. The puzzle comes complete with 48 larger pieces and is best suited towards slightly younger children.