{Toy Review} Pocket Scope Review

Back in September we were sent a huge box of toys for Miss L to review, well we’re still working our way through them!  Today’s review is the Pocket Scope which is according to Google Shopping £9.97 in Tescos. Now my girl loves her science more than anything and I was really surprised that she’s left it this long to play with it. But I had bought her in the summer a ‘proper’ microscope from the local toy shop, so maybe that’s why she didn’t dive into it first?

But today after lunch she decided it was time to break it out and see what it could do. It’s really small and that is a massive plus as it makes it so portable and easy to store – always winners in my book!

Here’s the review from Miss L:

‘It’s better than my other microscope, it’s very ingenious. I can take it to school and keep it a secret’  10/10

Liz’s view:

I love it, it’s much easier to use than a traditional microscope, it’s small and that makes it easier for little hands to use – also less likely to break it. The two slides that come with it have some interesting textures which made it fun to use out of the box. I can see us getting a lot of use out of it, great for kids who are into science 10/10

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  1. That makes me want to run out and get one for myself. I seem to be more interested in those kinds of things now than when I could have benefited from it. I am very happy to see that Lily has such an interest in science, we need all the great minds we can get.
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    1. Seriously it’s really good I’ve been playing with it all afternoon 🙂 I agree so important to get kids into science and engineering, they are becoming lost arts.