Kids really quite have inquisitive minds even at an early age. They are interested about learning different things that they can see. Too bad then, that kids can’t see the tiny objects, which can be just as interesting as well. But that will no longer be a problem. The Fact Finder Talking Microscope can help introduce kids to a world where things can be explored up close.
The Fact Finder Talking Microscope from GeoSafari Jr. is a tool that can introduce young scientists in the making into the wonderful world that ordinary eyes can’t see. Kids will be able to explore the tiny world under a microscope. This kit comes with 20 slides ready for viewing. And since, this unique microscope is designed for kids, it can provide some valuable facts associated with each slide. The facts are being voiced out by Bindi Irwin, the daughter of the late Steve Irwin of the Crocodile Hunter fame. The microscope can detect which slide is placed on it and then provides some interesting facts to the kids as they view each “specimen”. Kids can also press the facts buttons in order to know more about each slide.
But that is not all that the Fact Finder Talking Microscope is good for. This kit can ensure that you remember the facts that it shares for each slide. Upon pressing the question button, Bindi will then be providing questions to quiz you on the facts about each specimen slide. Kids can select the number buttons to indicate their answer to each question.
The Fact Finder Talking Microscope can open up the wonderful world of science to kids at an early age. It can also help develop a child’s listening skills and comprehension. This unique microscope kit can also help the kids develop an interest in science. The Fact Finder Talking Microscope is ideal for kids from 4 years old and above. It is available at Fat Brain Toys for around $43.
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