Did you know it’s British Science Week? It runs from the 6th March – 15th March. I’ve always been a fan of science since schools and I love that my children are now interested in science too.
We were recently asked if we would like to review some kidnoculars for British science week and I jumped at the chance. I and the children love them! As soon as the rain finally stopped we were straight outside exploring
Jack has the GeoSafari Jr. Kidnoculars for ages 3+
- Binoculars feature focus-free, 2x magnification
- Enlarged eye pieces and foolproof placement goggles ensure correct placement
- Includes neck strap with breakaway safety feature
And Harry has the GeoSafari Jr. Kidnoculars Extreme for ages 5+
- We’ve taken our original Kidnoculars®to a whole new level!
- Child-friendly binoculars promote STEM-based scientific observation of nature, animals and more!
- All-in-one binoculars feature:
- Focus free vision
- Easy-to-see 3 x magnification
- Built-in audio amplification – no need for headphones
- Breakaway strap for safety
- Audio amplification will encourage children to use both sight and sound to explore their world.
- Colourful, lightweight and durable, these all-in-one binoculars are perfectly sized for young explorers
- Measures 9cm H x 19cm W x 18cm D
- Kidnoculars Extreme require 2 AAA batteries (not included)
- Features multilingual packaging
They both loved exploring to see what they could find. They found bugs, birds, trees and people. We’ve only discovered in our back garden so far but I can’t wait to take them out on a long walk or on holiday (imagine how great these will be at the beach).
I’m a big fan of ‘toys’ that promote STEM and these fit into that so they are a big thumbs up from me. They also introduce life science and encourage exploration and discovery.
Jacks kidnoculars are £12 (also come on pink) and Harry’s are £22.50. Both can be found on the Learning Resources website
I highly recommend them, especially as spring approaches and all the animals and flowers come out.
*we were gifted these kidnoculars in return for a review but all words and opinions are honest and my own.