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Uncle Milton & National Geographic Toy Review

Spring means time to play outdoors around these parts, since summer seems to be just a little too warm for our liking. And as Im sure you’ve noticed my youngest child (Jayde) adores flowers and all things nature. So I bet you can imagine her excitement whenever she opened the package and saw the 3-in-1 Expedition Magnifier and the All-Terrain Nature Collector! She pretty much instantly took them outside and started looking for bugs, and checking out flowers, lucky for her we hadn’t cut the grass in a while and there was a bunch of flowers and bugs.

She actually carried the magnifier everywhere for two whole days! She loved the tools (brush and pick) that slide into the handle because they are “hidden”. However I loved the explorer activity guide because it gives the child points based off of what they find, some of those items being trash. That means less trash in my yard!

The boys also really enjoyed playing with the All-Terrain Nature Collector it was a super easy way for them to collect and observe all of the bugs they fine and then release them without actually having to touch them. Which for my kids (minus Jayde) was really a big deal). Again, luckily the grass was long, bugs are were everywhere. The caught a huge ant with it, and proceeded to bring it INSIDE the house to show me (lucky me right?). We are two days into Spring Break and the kids have already spent the entire day outside looking for caterpillars with the magnifier and picking flowers with the nature collector. If you have little ones I highly recommend swinging by Uncle Milton and getting these for them, they will have a blast check out nature with these really cool toys.

** Disclosure: I received one or more the products mentioned above for free from Uncle Milton. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I will only share my honest opinions. Pinky Promise!

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