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On thing that you can’t deny with my children is that they love to learn!
They love ANYTHING educational, so when my husband and I buy toys we try to buy things that are educational and fun!
Ever since Emma and DJ saw me unbox the GeoSafari Jr. My First Telescope they have been bugging me about it. I finally opened it a couple of days after we received it and they have not stopped playing with it.
My First Telescope provides a way for little ones to explore the moon and its many phases with this focus-free telescope. Its built specifically for little hands and growing minds. Perfect for STEM learning. The 10x magnification provides fantastic views of the moon, while keeping the field of vision wide, which is essential for young children’s understanding of magnified views.
While my children think its a toy (and it is) they are also learning about the moon and stars!
Focus-free, easy-setup telescope designed specifically for young scientists
10x Magnification with wide field of vision, built-in diagonal mirror, and lens cap
Two large eyepieces with comfy goggle and nose cut-out guide for perfect eye placement
Adjustable tripod for tabletop viewing (collapsible for easy storage)
Multilingual instructional guide showcasing the phases of the moon
The GeoSafari Jr. My First Telescope is geared for children 4-6 years of age. However, DJ was not going to let Emma have all the fun by herself so he jumped in on using it as well. It actually worked out very nicely because once I showed her how to use it she would then pass the information along to DJ.
Overall, I really liked the GeoSafari Jr. My First Telescope…it was more of a set of binoculars than a telescope for the moon. But it was very fun to hear my daughter describe to me what she saw after looking through the telescope. For her age group one of the things she should be able to do is answer the “W” Questions….Who, What, When, Where and Why…we haven’t gotten into the how just yet. But after using the telescope a few times I am getting better answers each time!