Win a GeoSafari Jr. My First Microscope to help with outdoor learning

Do your children love learning outdoors? Have you been able to take their learning outside during the home-schooling period of lockdown?

We’ve been hunting for bugs and collecting things in the garden quite a lot over the last few weeks. Recently we’ve been using a range of outdoor learning tools to help us.

One of those is a fully functional microscope designed for little hands! The GeoSafari Jr. My First Microscope is the ideal first microscope for any preschool child. Two large eye pieces eliminate the need for a child to close one eye when viewing through the microscope. A focus adjuster enables simple focusing to ensure objects appear the right way up and are leftright corrected. Featured LED light allows for enhanced viewing of small details.

  • The chunky design makes this perfect as a child’s first microscope
  • Early learning microscope is easy-to-use
  • First years microscope features two large eye pieces, eliminating the need to close one eye
  • Easy-to-use microscope includes knob for simple focusing
  • LED light enhances viewing of small details
  • 8x magnification
  • Includes instructions
  • Requires 3 AAA batteries, not included

Competition Time

You can be in with a chance of winning one of these super microscopes to aid home-learning . All you have to do is complete the easy widget below.

UK entrants only please.

Good luck!

Win a GeoSafari Jr. My First Microscope to help with outdoor learning

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59 comments

    1. No they’ve been doing most of it indoors but they have been going for a walk most days for ‘PE’ to get some exercise.

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  1. My children aren’t very outdoorsy but the did help me work planting vegetables in the garden and looking after the growing plants.

    1. Yes! My son has really started getting in to gardening, started to grow his own vegetables which he is loving!

  2. Yes, with the weather being so great, it has been ideal for doing some gardening, crafting, bird feeding and watching and fun games.

  3. Yes they have been planting seeds and watching them grew. They also made bird feeders out of plastic milk containers

  4. My sister and I took my niece down to the local field to see soe baby badger cubs enjoying the sunshine. We also went down to the local brook and saw some crayfish.

  5. Lots! Utilised the weather to do a lot of home schooling in the garden plus we have had a project building an eco shed

  6. Yes, the youngest has been playing with homemade STEM games on the patio and going on a long walk every day to find bugs and get some fresh air.

  7. We’ve spent a little time walking and learning the names of plants that grow near the river and the birds that are flying and swimming, as well as other wildlife in the area which we’ve been learning about xx

  8. My granddaughter has been growing some plants from seed, and has also done several “wildlife surveys” which mostly feature invertebrates as my daughter’s back garden is very small. Hopefully now she can continue doing outdoor activities in her local park.

  9. no we have done more indoor activities, we dont have a garden which ob makes it more difficult! x

  10. We’ve been exploring a broken tree trunk. This microscope is a great idea to look at it in more detail! And love all the ideas and activities in the comments above. We’ll be sure to try some of them this week.

  11. Yes lots! We’ve done lots of nature walks and scavenger hunts, as well as games and obstacle courses! It’s been fun and we’ve been so lucky with the weather.

  12. The boys have been doing a lot of their indoor stuff outdoors as well as the usual outdoor activities

  13. My grandchildren have been able to get outside when the weather is fine but for the last few days it has rained solidly so they have had to stay indoors.

  14. I have to say most of the learning has been done indoors, when were out he’s generally playing on swings, or in the paddling pool. Although we do like to should sums out at each other whilst were gardening/playing.

  15. My granddaughter would rather be playing outside than indoors – trampoline, paddling pool and walking in the woods

  16. We’ve been outside in the garden as much as possible. As a family, we’ve particularly enjoyed tracking the ISS and watching the Starlink satellites at night.

  17. Yes when the weather has been permitting, going for our walks, the kids love nature,so always finding new things to see and asking many questions, which i cant answer but we look up together when we get home,

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