This book makes a nice addition to any child who owns a microscope. Winner of the Learning Magazine Teacher’s Choice Award, The Usborne Internet-linked is a breathtaking introduction to an extra ordinary new world. Fantastic photographs, a thousand or even a million times larger than life, reveal the secrets of the kids microscope world, from algae to atoms, dust to DNA and flies’ eyes to flu viruses. The information-packed child microscope book also includes descriptions of Web sites where you can explore the micro world in more depth.
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Practical information on buying and taking care of microscopes for kids is included.
Get a kid-friendly introductory microscope without sacrificing quality! This is a great introductory microscope for kids ages 5-13, allowing them to easily look close-up at leaves, insects, pond life, slides, and more. The achromatic glass optics and sturdy frame make it a valuable educational instrument, far superior to toy microscopes. (It's also a good choice for those who can't spend extra on a microscope like the model, and it can be used for high school work in a pinch.)
Many adults will remember using microscopes in school and even at home. After some frustration and adjusting of focus knobs, a new world was opened up for viewing. Microscopes for kids show students and young scientists aspects of our world that are not able to be seen by the naked eye.
See the small, indescribable features of the world with the MicroProElite Microscope Set for Kids from Educational Insights! This 98-piece microscope set for kids is definitely not a toy - the microscope features a die-cast metal body, glass optics with power settings from 50x to 900x, 2 eyepieces, a special camera mount that allows scientists to photograph their findings, and a projection/drawing devise to display images for tracing or group viewing. Complete with a carrying case, prepared slides, and everything kids would need to create their own slides, this microscope is worth examining!