My First Lab WOW Microscope & Smartphone Inspector For Your Scientist {& Giveaway!}

My kids love hands-on STEM type toys. My 9-year-old son Hayden is a huge science fan and is continuously reading science books to learn new things. Currently, he is reading books about space and germs. He loves telling me new facts he has read or learned at school. It can be tricky finding toys that will encourage my kid’s curiosity. My First Lab has so many incredible budget-friendly microscopes that are expertly built for your little scientists. I was especially impressed by the My First Lab WOW Scope.

The WOW Scope won the 2016 Creative Child Product of the Year Award and is the best microscope for 3D objects. I loved this microscope because it is an excellent microscope for Hayden but also my preschool daughter Halli. This microscope views almost any 3D object. My kids have sat around the WOW scope for hours examining everything they can. I constantly hear “WOW!” or “Look at this!” while they are playing. Then I listen to them quickly run from room to room finding more things to examine.

The WOW Scope is so durable and well made. It is easy to use, and it has interchangeable eyepieces that allow 20X and 50X total magnification. The top and bottom duo-LED illumination can be used for solid objects or prepared slides. Hayden is obsessed with the prepared slides. It has been the first thing he pulls out when he has friends come over to play. The WOW Scope includes five specimens, it has its slide carrying case, and experiment guide. Hayden has even started taking notes for all of his discoveries and observations. For example, he was so amazed to see that the insect leg was hairy!

If you are looking for a great stocking stuffer, the Smartphone Inspector can quickly turn your phone into an on-the-go microscope. The Smartphone Inspector is compact, lightweight and comes with its little bag to take with you where ever you go.

It easily clips on to your phone and turns the camera into a high-resolution digital microscope. The Smartphone Inspector features 60X magnification, giving incredible clarity on everyday items kids encounter. Hayden especially loves this little microscope and requests to take it everywhere! It is the perfect size to fit in the stocking of you older kids, teen, or even Dad.

My First Lab has so many great microscopes for kids(or grown-ups). They are such high quality, budget friendly and a great investment. You can encourage your kid’s love of science with the WOW scope or the Smartphone Inspector. They will love sitting and examining the world around them.

 

Right now (1) Mom Spotted reader has the opportunity to win (1) microscope of their choosing, the Duo-Scope Starter Kit, Duo-Scope, My First Lab WOW Scope, or Smartphone Inspector.

To enter use the Rafflecopter form below. Good Luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Contest ends 11.27.17 at 11:59 pm. For Official Giveaway Rules click here. U.S. Residents only.

About Megan

Megan loves being a stay at home mom to a busy boy Hayden (8) and sweet girl Halli (4). She has been happily married to her ridiculously good looking husband for 9 years. She also enjoys blogging, trying new recipes to cook or bake, girls nights, fashion, and reading. You can also find her on twitter and instagram @megan.hamilton28



Comments

  1. Lisa Brown says:

    Science is important because it is how how we learn, discover and confirm the world we live in, without it, we would not progress or advance.

  2. Gwendolyn Jordan says:

    We need Science in order to advance the human race and discover new things.

  3. Denise L says:

    Science is what makes the world make sense! I have two math/science brained kids and they love to observe, classify, arrange things. And it’s just plain interesting!

  4. Heather says:

    I think science is so important to find cures for so many illnesses and diseases. We also need to find better ways of doing things to protect the Earth!

  5. Molly says:

    Would be wonderful for my nephews! Sometimes it’s so important as we grow and learn.

  6. simone t says:

    These all look awesome. Thanks for the timely review as we are always looking for cool science toys for the kids for xmas.

    • simone t says:

      Also science is important to all of us as we couldn’t breathe without it! Those who are ignorant of science don’t seem to understand it is EVERYTHING.

  7. Cynthia Dawson says:

    Science is understanding the world around us! Its very important to teach my children the love of science!

  8. susans says:

    Science is a part of our every day life and it brings natural curiosity.

  9. vickie couturier says:

    my niece needs this for her kids she is homeschooling and this would be perfect for her family

  10. harolde says:

    Science is what makes our world, my Granddaughter love science and is her favorite subject in school.

  11. Cynthia C says:

    Science is very important because it leads to truth and knowledge.

  12. Donna L says:

    We need scientist to make new discoveries for our future.

  13. Ashley C says:

    Science is important to me because it helps prepare my child for the future. I want him to love science and enjoy it!

  14. stephanie says:

    my daughter loves science

  15. barbg says:

    Because it is the story behind where we all came from and how we are on this planet.

  16. shirley says:

    Science is important to us so we can keep learning about unknown things.

  17. Erika W. says:

    It’s important for them to learn how things work. My son is learning about light right now at school and really enjoying it. I know he’d have a lot of fun with this.

  18. nickie says:

    Science is important to my family because it helps us ask questions about the world around us and have fun discovering the answers

  19. Jeanette Green says:

    We homeschool our 11 year old daughter so science is an everyday joy here. Plus she already knows she wants to go into the science field so we focus on that for her

  20. elizabeth miller says:

    Science is important to us because it allows you to see the what and why and make up of just about anything which is a big element to life. It allows curiosity to develop and learn through it.

  21. Readwritered says:

    It’s central to everything!

  22. Katy P says:

    Science helps us to discover new things to help make advancements in the world. My children would love the microscope!

  23. marlene a harris says:

    MY GRANDSON WILL LOVE THIS

  24. Christina O says:

    Because it’s fun.

  25. Liz M says:

    Science is important to me and my kids because without science we would not be where we are today!

  26. My son wants to be a scientist when he grows up. He wants to cure diseases!

  27. Tara O. says:

    Science is important to us because the more you know about science, the more you can understand the world we live in!

  28. Anita Duvall says:

    I think that Science, Math, and Technology is so very important to my kids and grand kids. This is the way of the future of all of them.

  29. Eileen Richter says:

    Science is important to me because kids seem SO interested in technology but not the kind of tech that is in FRONT of them. Biology, medical health sciences, physics. The process was hard for 2 of my 4 daughters and the other two have strived to make it an important part of learning. So much that one was great at biotech and the other is going into biomedical or nursing. Without this opportunity to learn LIKE the boys, they would not have that science edge for their careers.

  30. Vicki Wurgler says:

    science tells us how the world works and saves lives-diseases can be cured and prevented all very important

  31. Denise B. says:

    Our daughter loves science. It keeps her curiosity for learning more in which she will, on her own, research information.

  32. Cheryl Everitt says:

    My granddaughters and I talk about “things”. How they are made, how do you do that, how does it work! They already understand that science is in our daily lives.

  33. Katerina says:

    My kids discover, learn and understand the world through science.

  34. Science is just plain fun! It’s so cool discovering how everything works together. 🙂

  35. Science is important because it makes my daughter think.

  36. Seyma Shabbir says:

    We love science because it is so much fun! We learn and get to see how things happend!

  37. Amber Hites says:

    Science enables my son to really understand things. He has aspergers and that is really an important thing for him.

  38. MaryAnn says:

    Science is fun. It make my kids think about how everything in the world works. I also like science because theories can be proven or disproved.

  39. beth says:

    Science is important because it is where innovation and new ideas stem from.

  40. Abigail Gibson says:

    My nephew is encouraged to expand his mind through science and math which will give him an added advantage over his peers in his future.

  41. Amanda Alvarado says:

    Science is important so that she knows how things/people/animals work and how things are created.

  42. Daniel M says:

    always fun finding out about the world through science

  43. Rachel says:

    My husband and I are both scientists, so it totally shapes how we see the world. We want our kids to have the same curious, disciplined, humble mindset.

  44. Jeremy McLaughlin says:

    Science is important to learn how things work.

  45. susan smoaks says:

    i like science because it is a way to find out how to do things and how things work

  46. Heather D says:

    Science is very important to us. My kids are very interested in everything science and love to perform experiments.

  47. Devon Franco says:

    I would love for my girls to discover more about science & this would be perfect!

  48. Monique Rizzo says:

    It is important because it keeps your mind sharp to think of these things.

  49. Dave L says:

    I loved science as a child and would love to nurture that same curiosity in my young nephews. It pains me to see their faces buried in their iPads or iPhones endlessly playing games when there is so much wonder in the world around them to experience and discover. Thank you for the chance to win.

  50. Summer I says:

    I loved Science as a child. I hope to bring the love of Science to my son as we begin our homeschool journey soon. Thanks for a great giveaway.

  51. laura bernard says:

    Science is the core of learning.

  52. Erica B. says:

    Science is fun and we enjoy learning new things!

  53. Rose Santuci-Sofranko says:

    I have always loved science, especially biology and looking at things through a microscope. It is important to pass that love onto the next generation….as well as a love for God, The Creator of all that “coolness” and beauty. Thanks and God Bless!

  54. Stephanie Liske says:

    Its very interesting and fun. The kids get such a kick out of how things actually work.

  55. Elle says:

    Science has a basis in almost everything and it is a great, fun way to expand your mind.

  56. Jenn Lightman says:

    The world can not advance without science. It is vital to improving medicine and the way we live as a society.

  57. Leela says:

    It’s good to know and want to learn about.

  58. Candie L says:

    There is science all around you. It is part of the world. Thank you

  59. Ed says:

    It is logical.

  60. Lisa V. says:

    I believe it is good to learn, understand and pass that kind of knowledge to our children.

  61. Angela Thorpe says:

    I think its important for my kids to discover new theories and ideas and to question them.

  62. Hesper Fry says:

    Because it helps teach my kids about the world around them and makes them interested in learning.

  63. Anne Higgins says:

    Everything we do involves science and, just as my parents shared with us, we try to make everything a game or song so learning is fun. This goes from tools and fixing projects to cooking, cleaning and even getting dressed and brushing teeth.

  64. Everything involves science. Even if you do not make it your life, it will be part of yours. The more we understand science, the more we understand everything.

  65. Julie Hawkins says:

    Science is important because it teaches us about the world.

  66. Barbara Fox says:

    i want a world of options to be open for my grandchildren. Having a telescope may open the world of science up to them.

  67. Jenny Q. says:

    My kids love learning about science, so it is easy to want to encourage them.

  68. Richard Hicks says:

    Science is very important as it helps everyone to understand the world we live in

  69. Sarah Mathias says:

    Science is important because it answers questions and solves problems.

  70. kerry p says:

    Science is so important, because it gives the root understanding to all functions of life. It teaches kids about cells and how life is more micro than we see on the outside, which is important. This supports eating healthy, washing hands, etc. when you understand germs, cellular needs, etc

  71. Shelby Terwell says:

    My son loves learning about science, and I love helping him learn about it!

  72. Jae Park says:

    Science is important to me and my kids because they are just so interested in how and why things work and it encourages them to learn more when they are interested in it. Science is their favorite subject at school, thanks for hosting!

  73. Amy Smeltzer says:

    I don’t have kids. I wanna win for my nephews. They love science.

  74. Sam says:

    Science is in everything we do ! The houses you live in. When you look at the sky and know where the north star is thats science!! It took science of some sort in almost everything we do daily. Kids these days are told to ask questions and rock the boat!

  75. Judy Gregory says:

    Its how the world works.

  76. Science is important so that we can learn and prove theories.

  77. Janine Hwang says:

    It’s importand to understand science to see how things work in the world

  78. Michelle H. says:

    Science is important to my kids because it helps them discover how things work.

  79. Amber cheras says:

    My family loves science its important because it teaches us something new and we have fun with new experiments.

  80. Meme says:

    My kids love science and math and are very interested in discovering how things work and try to figure out if they can make it better. I think science is important to discover new things like cures for diseases.

  81. Jerry Marquardt says:

    Science is important because not everyone is quipped up to working with it, and there is a shortage of persons getting involved in a career in scientific function.

  82. Laura Emerson says:

    It is important to us as each time we learn something new about Science it helps to explain what goes on in our world around us.

  83. Kayla Klontz says:

    Science is important to my family s we understand the environment around us in the most important ways, we think it’s awesome to learn about things the hands on way!

  84. Trisha Musgrave says:

    Science is important because it is how we discover new ways to treat viruses, and help advance the world!

  85. amber says:

    want to start kids on science early, because it’s important to understand how natural world works even if they don’t go into a science field

  86. Christian Alejandro says:

    I think it helps develop critical thinking and helps you reach conclusions through provable means instead of relying on secondhand information.

  87. Sand says:

    It’s so important because it’s such a fun topic. I want them to be excited about science!

  88. Philip Lawrence says:

    Science is important to the kids and me because it defines our future.

Add Your Comment

*