Thursday, 23 June 2016

The Learning Resources Primary Science Shining Stars Projector for Fun Learning This Summer!

Disclaimer: I was provided with products in exchange for an honest review. Your views may differ from mine. Thank you! 




"It’s a galaxy of stars in the palm of your hand!" 

(www.learningresources.com)

As a mother who educates at home, I like to seek out new ways to teach my children, while holding their interest and having some fun.

When I was asked to take a look at the Learning Resources Primary Science Shining Stars Projector I jumped at the chance and so did the children! 



The Learning Resources Primary Science Shining Stars Projector is a simple round projector, with a carry handle on top and a small stand to rest it on, takes just a few AAA batteries and can be used just about anywhere in your home with the lights off and a clear wall. 

We set the Learning Resources Primary Science Shining Stars Projector up in my bedroom and the kids were extremely amused - fascinated, even - by the projector once the light was shining on the wall, even before a photo was available for show. 



Along with the projector, you get 3 disks full of photos of things like stars, planets, space ships and asteroids. The disks slip effortlessly into the projector and Voila! An instant in-home display of various space related objects or situations, projected onto your wall for the rest of the "class" to see! 

The children had a good bit of entertainment from the Learning Resources Primary Science Shining Stars Projector and (because it is very durable and safe to do so) they both were allowed to hold it and shine the picture up on the wall - they were learning not only about the photos but how projections in/of themselves works, too! 



I like this projector a lot. It has a clean image that is big enough for the kids to see and understand and, if you are talking at length about what the pictures are, you can get a nice amount of time with it, too. The only gripe I have with it, is that I wish there were more than 3 disks of pictures, but overall, there are enough pictures to keep the kids interested and a repeat lesson is not dull or boring. 

I am giving this 4/5 because it is well made, great for little hands, nice pictures, clear quality, doesn't take a lot of battery power and does have great learning and entertainment value. It would have gotten the fourth star if it had come with just a couple of extra photos. 

Definitely worth a look, so check out the Learning Resources Primary Science Shining Stars Projector over at their website and catch them on social media, like Facebook and Twitter, too! 

Happy star-gazing!

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