Head Outdoors with the Primary Science Outdoor Discovery Set

When it comes to the older kids heading back to school, I find that with my preschooler, that he enjoys the time at home to go on adventures with me. This is a time that we head to the park, go for walks on some of our favorite trails, and when we head out we like to have tools with us that we can use when exploring. So when we were sent the Primary Science Outdoor Discovery Set along with the Primary Science Binoculars to review from Learning Resources, I was excited to share the set with my preschooler as we set out for one of our adventures!

With this set, I found that it is not only great for having my preschooler use while his older siblings are at school, but also a great set that the older kids can explore with as well. Set includes a sprouting jar with 2 lids, watering can, 3 plant pots, 3 plant markers, Big View Bug Jar, Handy Scooper™, and Activity Guide. Giving us plenty of tools to use and explore with as we go on those walks on some of our favorite trails or even as we venture out in our yard to explore all we can find!

I really like the activity guide that is included, giving us some fun things to do on our walks and also giving my preschooler a guide that he can go by as he uses some of the other tools in his kit. Along with the kit, he found that the binoculars were also a great must have when it comes to that outdoor exploration. Allowing him to see ahead on the walk, so he can scout out which way we can go and even what he might find of interest. Making the choice to add the Primary Science Outdoor Discovery Set and the Primary Science Binoculars from Learning Resources a great selection to go with as you head outdoors with your kids!

Product received, thank you to Learning Resources as well as the PR for supplying me with a product for this review, all opinions are my own.


  1. Maryann D.
    August 21, 2017 / 10:36 pm

    I do think Science Discovery Kits are a wonderful idea. They are so educational and fun at the same time.twinkle at optonline dot net

  2. 1AlwaysNYC 1
    December 4, 2017 / 6:30 pm

    This looks like a lot of fun and would help create a love of science.

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