Kids can be quite inquisitive and curious about the world around them. Things they see for the first time easily fascinate them. Just lead your kid into a backyard garden and you are introducing them into a wonderful world of plants and insects. It is good to help build up their curiosity this way. Help them by providing kids with fun tools like the GeoSafari Jr. BugOpticals.
The GeoSafari Jr. BugOpticals is a viewing device shaped in the form of a colorful dragonfly. This makes kids easily gravitate towards playing with them. The wings of this dragonfly come with different lenses that can magnify objects to allow kids to have a closer look. The top two wings on the left are 2x and 5x magnifiers that can overlap to create a 10x magnifier. This makes it handy for kids to explore the tiny world of insects and plants. The bottom left wing features a fractured view lens that allows kids to view the world just like how and insect sees its surroundings. The right side wings feature three color filters to explore viewing the world in red, blue, yellow or any of its combinations.
Using the GeoSafari Jr. BugOpticals, kids can learn more about insects, plants and other tiny objects that they cannot see with their own eyes. It helps open up their world to an exploration of all things small but beautiful. It also helps develop a kid’s fine motor skills, imaginative play and an interest in nature. The GeoSafari Jr. BugOpticals is ideal for kids from 3 years old and up and is available at Fat Brain Toys for $13.
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