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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

GeoSafari® Jr. My First Microscope {Review and #Giveaway}

Disclosure:  I was provided this GeoSafari® Jr. My First Microscope free of charge in return for my honest review.


Jude gets his science interest and knowledge from his grandma.  The two of them spend hours every day discussing science topics or as Jude says "time to study".  I love that Jude is so into science.  He is very interested in knowing all of the systems of the human body, insects, and all things nature and dirt.  Recently, my mom and I had discussed finding him a Microscope so he could start studying some of the things he finds outside.  We looked all over for something that my parents to give to him for his birthday but we came up empty handed.  

When I had the opportunity to review the GeoSafari® Jr. My First Microscope I was so excited because I knew that Jude would pretty much freak out when he saw it.  I was right, Jude went around the house and the yard finding objects he wanted to study with his new Microscope.  

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This set comes with a large tray that means he can literally study anything.  Thankfully the microscope is very sturdy as well, honestly, it is Jude proof and sometimes he is pretty rough.  The large chunky focusing knob makes is easy for a preschooler to adjust the height of the Microscope as well.  I was also very happy to see that the Microscope came with 2 large eye holes which meant we did not have to try to teach Jude to squint with one eye to view his objects!  Preschool friendly for sure!  

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Set Description:
Get preschoolers excited about science and introduce them to the miracles of magnification with My First Microscope! Magnify any small object – flat or dimensional – at 8x with this real, working microscope designed especially for little kids! 
Encourages scientific exploration, Rewards curiosity and Introduces kids to a key scientific tool.  A microscope designed with preschoolers in mind.  View anything at up to 8x magnification. 

Educational Insights suggests this product for ages 3+ and I would agree with this.  Jude is 4 now and I see him being able to use this Microscope for a least a couple more years.  

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You can buy your own GeoSafari® Jr. My First Microscope from Educational Insights for $21.99.  BUT first why don't you try to win it for FREE!  

All you need to do is fill out the Rafflecopter Form below!  Good luck!!  Open to US and Canada Residents!


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41 comments:

  1. I'd love to give this to Paige! We're at the inquisitive age, much like Jude is, and this would be an absolute hit with her!

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  2. I would give this to our 5 year old granddaughter who we call JuJu she loves to look at things through my magnifying glass. She would REALLY love this ! I would hold it back for a Christmas gift.

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  3. If I won, I would keep it for my son Benjamin... he's really curious about everything these days!

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  4. This is so awesome! Lennox has science class once a week at school and she would LOVE this!

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  5. I would love to give this to Lincoln for christmas!!

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  6. I would give it to my son. He loves to explore and learn, and this would be awesome to take with us to road trips so he can get entertained every time we stop at a trail or campsite :)

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  7. I want to win this for my 4 year old son who is also named Jude!

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  8. I would give it to my nephew. He and his mom go camping a lot, and he love to explore and learn so I know he will enjoy it! :D

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  9. Id give this to my son, he would love looking at bugs or whatever else he can get his hands on to look at.

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  10. I would win it for my children, it would be a great asset to our home school science lessons :)

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  11. I may save it for my daughter she is too small now but will be great when we start her homeschool preschool program.
    megan tilley
    countrycamogirl89@yahoo.com

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  12. I would give this to my daughter
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  13. I would love to give this to my son for his birthday in November! Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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  14. I would give it to my grandsons.

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  15. If I were to win I would give this to my granddaughter -- she would love it.

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  16. I would give this to my son and daughter to share and explore with.

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  17. I would give it to my son who is showing an early interest in science
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  18. I'd give this to my son's kindergarten class!

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  19. You always find the greatest things Censie!! While Nathan is too young for this I think it would be a great addition to my parents house for all the grandkids to enjoy over the years to come!!

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  20. I would give it to my youngest son. (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

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  21. My son would love this he is so curious about everything and loves to learn new things.

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  22. I would give this to my kids! They love the big telescope at our local library so i am sure they would go nuts over one like this at home!

    allyson tice
    sunflowerally22@aim.com

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  23. I would give this to my son who wants to be a scientist when he gets older. Perfect idea for getting him on the right track.

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  24. I would give this great First Microscope to my three year old granddaughter.

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  25. I would def give this to my girls.

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  26. I would give this to my son who has been wanting a microscope recently, so he can be a scientist like mommy!

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  27. I'm a biochemistry major so I'd love for my son to have this! (:

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  28. I would give this to my Godson who is 6

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  29. If I won, this would be for our granddaughter.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  30. my son would love this for his birthday

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  31. I would give this to my 5 year old niece who loves bugs and such.

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  32. i would give this to my daughter for a christmas present

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  33. I would give this to my son, he would love it!

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  34. I have 4 little girls who would love it

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  35. This would be great for my nephew Dominick

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