GeoSafari Jr Kidscope (Educational Insights)

Educational Insights GeoSafari Jr Kidscope, Microscope for Kids, STEM Toy

GeoSafari Jr Kidscope is a fun introduction to slide microscopes and STEM learning for curious young scientists. A perfect introduction to slides offering kid-friendly magnification and printed slides that provide a successful experience every time.

Last update was on: September 22, 2021 8:28 pm

The Kidscope includes 60 printed, magnified images on 15 easy-to-use slides – they can mount, rotate, and view. Children can also place their own specimens directly onto the viewing stage and take a closer look through the microscope’s 3x magnification. This magnification provides a wide field of vision, perfect for this age.

Kids simply select a slide, place it on the rotating dial stage, use the easy-focus knob to adjust to their perfect field of vision. Now turn on the LED light to illuminate the image and look through the double eyepiece (no need to close one eye!) to see it up close. With 60 images to choose from, the fun and learning! – never ends! Educational Insights GeoSafari Jr. Kidscope is perfect for little STEM learners.

Kidscope encourages scientific exploration and will ignit the spark in every child
Requires 3 AAA batteries (not included).
GeoSafari Jr Kidscope - The Ad by Educational Insights

GeoSafari Jr Kidscope Features & Highlights

• The perfect microscope to deepen scientific investigation through the introduction of microscope slides!
• Budding scientists can use this microscope to view incredible images 3x larger
• A low magnification provides a wide field of view, increasing the area of what a child will see under the Kidscope
• It has 2 extra-large eyepieces and an easy-focus knob for a crystal-clear view and frustration-free experience every time
• Supports STEM learning by encouraging scientific exploration and discovery
• Includes 15 slides with 60 high-resolution images, storage drawer for slide safekeeping
• Full-color science guide with 200+ fun facts
• Has built-in LED for illuminated discoveries, and science guide with over 200 facts

Last update was on: September 22, 2021 8:28 pm

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