Saturday, December 3, 2011

.::Review & Giveaway::. GeoSafari® Talking Electron Microscope™


From the Manufacturer: 
View more than 180 amazing, up-close images with the Talking Electron Microscope. Zoom in and out and hear 5 fun facts about each image in Learning Mode—then switch to Quiz Mode and test your knowledge. Images include the human body, viruses and bacteria, plants, animals and other “stuff.” Grades 3+/Ages 8+. 60 amazing subjects with 2–3 zoomed images of each and 300 fun facts. Crystal clear high resolution LCD screen. 2 modes—Learning and Quiz. Requires 3 C batteries (not included). 

Polly's Thoughts:
I love science! I always have. I was very excited to get the chance to review this GeoSafari® Talking Electron Microscope™ from Educational Insights, and am very happy with the microscope!  The biggest plus is that there are no loose pieces.  The information and the slides are built right into the microscope!  Convenient, huh? The microscope's voice is very clear and easy to understand.  There are 180 images and 300 facts, which will keep a child (or a grown up) interested for a long time!  I love doing the quiz method and seeing who can get the most right!  

The microscope is lightweight.  Since I often have a house full of younger kids, I keep this high up on a shelf.  Being lightweight make it easy to pull out when we're ready to use it.  It also has volume control, which is ALWAYS a plus.


GIVEAWAY:
Educational Insights is giving one lucky Penny Pinching Polly reader their own FREE GeoSafari® Talking Electron Microscope™! Just fill out the form below for your chance to own your very own GeoSafari® Talking Electron Microscope™!


If you don't win, you can buy your own GeoSafari® Talking Electron Microscope™ on Amazon for just $54.99!

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*Educational Insights provided me with this item free of charge.  I gave my honest opinion of the item.


96 comments:

  1. I like the Sprout and go window.

    Corrine

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  2. Thank you for the chance.I like GeoSafari® Jr. Talking Microscope™

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  3. I like the Motorized solar system!!

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  4. GeoSafari Motorized Solar System is my favorite :)

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  5. I love the GeoSafari® Motorized Solar System. Not only do I think it would be neat to have as a night light but it would be education as well!

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  6. I like the bug scene investigator kit

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  7. rachael morris here, my favorite other product is the class room jeperdoy!! i think thats an awesome fun game and a graet way to learn while having fun! good luck everyone <3

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  8. The Sprout & Grow Window (http://www.educationalinsights.com/product/teachers/subject/science/sprout+-amp-+grow+window-trade-.do?sortby=&) is very cool! Great way to learn biology first-hand!

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  9. i think it would have to be Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game™

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  10. i like Rain or Shine Daily Temperature Recording Charts

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  11. I would love the Sneaky Snacky Squirrel for my daughter.

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  12. The sneaky snacky squirrel game

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  13. Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game! I think My little girl would have a blast with that!

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  14. I just know my little one would love the Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game!

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  15. i like the motorized solar system

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  16. This is my favorite but also love the laptop!
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  17. I really like the light writer!! :)

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  18. I really like the Design & Drill® Power Tool Workshop or laptop

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  19. Melissa Frugal BurbankDecember 4, 2011 at 1:34 AM

    I like the Classroom Jeopardy Game! I wish there was a game like that when I was in school! lol!

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  20. GeoSafari® Ant Zone®

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  22. I like that Classroom Café Dining Play Set, my granddaughter would love it

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  23. Buck,Buck, Moose game!

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  24. kristi martin shieldsDecember 4, 2011 at 10:35 AM

    I love the bunk digs t-rex.

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  25. I like the Geo safari bugwatch Jr.

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  26. I really like that Bean Bag Toss.

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  27. I like the "On the go" kits. My kids love science!

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  28. i love the sneaky snaky squirrel game

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  29. now this would be awesome...:-)

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  30. The Sprout & Grow Window is cool!

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  31. I like the Design & Drill® Activity Center. Cool! Carli
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  32. the solar system my son would love debra affrunti

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  33. Buck buck moose

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  34. Math Whiz for one granddaughter and Blurt for the other one.

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  35. I like the GeoSafari® Tuff Cam. MY son is definately an adventurer and this would be perfect for him to record the world as he sees it :)

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  36. Design & Drill® Power Tool Workshop

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  37. I like the whole Hot Dots line! That's such a neat concept for teaching! ~Brooke Kirk~

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  38. PlayBrix™ Cardboard Building Bricks, Set of 54 Assorted would be my choice! We had these when I was a child and I would love my son to have a set.

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  39. I like the classroom cafe dining set

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  40. The motorized solar system is nice. dmatthews38751@yahoo.com

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  41. see and solve fraction calculator

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  44. One of my favorites is the "make a mask" kit! But there is lots of cool stuff!

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  45. GreenThumb Classroom Greenhouse looks cool

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  46. Sarah Banes sbanes926@yahoo.com
    I love this site its so awesome...bt I liked the Design & Drill® Activity Center I think my little guy would love this )

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  47. There are so many items I found that my boys would LOVE!!! The hot dots are really neat:)jenniferkcq@yahoo.com Jennifer Miller

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  48. the blurt game! Thank you for the chance to win! Angel Shearl

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  49. http://www.educationalinsights.com/product/parents/subject/early+learners+--38-+preschool/imaginative+play/school-quality+stethoscope.do?sortby=& Love Love Love this my kids always try to play with my moms :)

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  50. I like the talking globe at Educational Insights

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  51. I like Classroom Jeopardy Game! That would have been so great back when my oldest was in scholars bowl for the team to practice with and now it would just be family fun night.

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  52. LOTS of great stuff over there. :) My son would love the GeoSafari® Buried Treasure Egyptian Dig.

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  53. They have lots to pick from, but I love the playbrix bricks.

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  54. GeoSafari® Motorized Solar System

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  55. My favorite game is Speed Grammar :-)
    Thank you so much for the giveaway!

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  56. I like the Hot Dots. My daughter would love that

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  62. I love the GeoSafari® Motorized Solar System my kids love solar system things this would be a great gift!

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  63. I like the Sneaky Squirrel Game.

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  64. I really like the Design & Drill Power Tool Workshop

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  65. I like The GeoSafari Motorized Solar System!

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