Saturday, October 5, 2013

Nancy B's Science Club Binoculars and Journal Review from #EducationalInsights!


We've been planning our trip to the mountains for months now. It's one of our very favorite places in the entire world, and this time, Tater was finally big enough to be on the lookout for animals like I always am! There are so many great animals in the Smokies, from black bears to deer, elk, wild hogs, foxes, squirrels, owls, and so many more! I wanted the boys to be on the lookout for them and to see as many different animals as possible. 


We took our Nancy B's Science Club Binoculars and Journal from Educational Insights along with us, and I am so glad that we did! These binoculars are wonderful for a kid Tater's age, and he really likes that they have a built in compass. You should have heard him correcting us on our directions THE ENTIRE TIME! :) 


He was so cute with his binoculars! We have really enjoyed these, they make him feel really grown up! And, you'll never believe it, guess what he spotted on our trip to the mountains, using his binoculars?? A baby bear!!! No one else could even see it, only Tater with his special binoculars!! 

(We tried to get a good picture of it, but, we couldn't! No one could see it but Tater!) 


I would definitely highly recommend these binoculars for any kiddos that are interested in nature, wildlife, or just science in general! They are a real bargain, at less than $16.00, and you can buy them here! Make sure that you are signed up for EI's newsletter, and follow them on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook as well! 

These are really a great set of binoculars for your little explorer, and definitely a great starter set. Even if your kiddos get tired of exploring with these binoculars, I can tell you from experience, these make great "Private Eye" binoculars too! That is my boys' newest use for them! :) 


We received a sample product in order to conduct this review. Although a sample was received, all opinions are our own. 



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