Monday, October 6, 2014

GeoSafari Jr. My First Microscope Giveaway



The GeoSafari Jr. My First Microscope is one of the newest products in the award-winning GeoSafari Jr. line from Educational Insights


This early learning microscope, designed for preschoolers and enjoyed by early-elementary aged children, comes with a user manual and requires 3 AAA batteries.


The GeoSafari Jr. My First Microscope is a wonderful way for children to get a close up look at their world. 

Skills learned:
  • Encourages scientific exploration
  • Teaches child to use a simple microscope
  • Rewards curiosity
We always love the unique products from Educational Insights, and this is no exception. You can read my full review here.

You can purchase the GeoSafari Jr. My First Microscope for $21.99 from Educational Insights.

I am so excited to be able to bring you this giveaway. 


You can find Educational Insights on FacebookTwitterPinterestInstagram, and YouTube.

All you need to do is enter in the Rafflecopter form below. There are only 3 simple mandatory entries, with the remainder of the entries being optional. Remember, you do not have to do the extra entries, but they will increase your odds of winning. 

This giveaway is open to US residents 18 and over. 
The giveaway runs October 6 through October 18.

Thanks for stopping by and good luck!


Disclosure: I received the GeoSafari Jr. My First Microscope from Educational Insights in exchange for my honest review. I received no further compensation. This did not in any way influence my review. I only recommend products I use personally and feel will be a good products for my readers.

44 comments:

  1. I like that it looks sturdy and can withstand the use by a toddler.

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  2. I like that the eye pieces are soft and large enough that a child can see with no problem

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  3. I love that a microscope has been made for elementary school kids. I didn't experience one of these until I was in high school.

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  4. I like that it encourages a child's curiosity in Our Lord's beautiful creation.

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  5. At Educational Insights, their Pen Puppets are just too cute in that Halloween them!

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  6. I love that it is sturdy and safe and no hard edges like a real microscope.

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  7. I love Hot Dots (which we have) and would love to get GeoSafari® Vega 600 Telescope.!

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  8. I like that it has a lighted viewing area and that there are knobs to adjust the magnification. Great way for kids to learn.

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  9. I like the GeoSafari® Jr. Kidnoculars™ -- kids would have a great time with these.

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  10. I love that it has a light to help them see things better!

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  11. I like that it is safe for young children to use. jj250@aol.com

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  12. I like that it's easy to use and the light feature is nice

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  13. I like that it's kid safe. We have a microscope we never use because I'm afraid of the kids breaking it. :/

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  14. My girls would have a lot of fun with this

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  15. Looks easy to use without risk of breaking glass like a regular microscope!

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  16. I love that it allows the younger kids to explore things under a microscope but without having to worry about breaking glass lenses and slide plates!

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  17. My son would also like to have the MathShark®.

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  18. The fact that this microscope encourages curiosity and inquiry is important to me. That will help my son develop skills for science achievement!
    Dede

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  19. The AquaScope would be another cool toy to have! We do a lot of exploring on hikes. My kids would enjoy it.
    Dede

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  20. I love that it does not require slides to view objects and that it is made for younger children.

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  21. I love that there are no batteries involved!

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  22. Actually, to clarify, there are batteries for the light, but you can use the microscope without them, as we did before we made it to the store.

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  23. I love the design. It's perfect for little ones! Nice and sturdy looking,

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  24. I like this the most about their microscope; Teaches child to use a simple microscope-

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  25. I also like this toy item from their site for my grandson; Hot Dots® Jr. Let's Master Pre-K Reading-

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  26. I like the light and it looks really simple to use.

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  27. We like Hot Dots. I'd like to "collect them all" as they used to say.

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  28. I like that it is sturdy and encourages science exploration at a young age

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  29. I like that it teaches children how to use a microscope.

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  30. I would like the Travel Games set

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  31. my 4 year old and 7 year old can enjoy this, since its gear towards their ages

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  32. I like it gets preschoolers excited about science and introduce them to the miracles of magnification.

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  33. I really like the Hot Dots® Let’s Master Grade-1 Math.

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  34. I love that it can foster an early love for science.

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  35. Sturdy and educational for a toddler! Keeps them busy and happy but at the same time they are learning!

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  36. I stopped by the Educational Insights Site and I love the BBQ Blitz game! Too cute! So many to pick from!

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  37. i like that it can be used with dimensional objects.

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  38. That my boys can look with both eyes. Hard concept for them to get to close one eye!

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  39. My 6 y/o would enjoy looking at all the insects she and i collect on our nature hikes and be able to see up close how God designed them, thanks for a great giveaway and hope you have a blessed day.

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  40. I like that it looks sturdy and the knows are easy to turn.

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  41. I love the Let's Get Moving microphone thing. What a great site!

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  42. Whoops, I missed it. Next time. :) That was a cool prize.

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