See The World Through Others’ Eyes is the fascinating way for you to see the world in 17 different ways. We were delighted when Brainstorm Toys kindly sent us over their optical science kit and Elaine, couldn’t wait to open the ‘Through Others’ Eyes” box and this is what she had to say about it.
Elaine said: “I think this Optical Science Kit is a great way to inspire children age 6 and over to learn more about everything that surrounds them and with this kit they’ll learn about loads of different things in a fun way. Let’s face it, who wouldn’t like to see like a T-Rex or find out how their pet cat can see well at night, I know I certainly would!
Specifications for ‘See the World Through Others’ Eyes’ include:
- batteries not required
- multilingual, full of facts information leaflet
- see in more than 17 different ways
- 22 interchangeable lenses
- suitable for age 6+
- adult supervision recommended
I opened the Brainstorm Toys box and inside, all well packaged, were 22 interchangeable lenses and a leaflet which helped me decide which of the coloured lenses would let me see like a fly or even a shark! I inserted the two lenses into the goggles (which I found really easy to do) and then the fun began.
I was really quite interested to find out how a shark could see and by following the easy to use instruction leaflet, I simply inserted the three required lenses into the unique glasses and hey presto! I could see exactly as the shark could. I also liked the fact that all of the lenses were different colours from each other as this made it easier to remember which was which.
I’ve had a great morning playing around with the glasses and all the different lenses. I think that ‘Through Others’ Eyes would encourage any child over 6 years of age to discover more about the world they live in.”
Priced around £16 these unique glasses allow children to have fun as they learn and see the world in over 17 different ways!
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Please note we were kindly sent this to review but all thoughts are our own.