I think fossils and gems are a great gift for kids. They are all unique. And it’s amazing to hold something millions and even billions of years old in your hands!
These things are magic!
The Celestron FlipView microscope is a great gadget allowing kids to study bugs on the go.
The Butterfly Garden allows you to raise caterpillars, see how they grow and build their cocoon, and then turn into beautiful butterflies.
My bedroom has been given an animal-themed makeover – from animal photos to a world map and from bedsheets to new PJs!
BrainBox Animals is like a quiz mixed with a memory challenge.
In this game you have to work out what the animal is by opening one of four windows which reveal a small part of an animal photo, and also from the jumbled up letters which spell out its name.
Basically you run your own zoo. That means building the enclosures, picking the animals, feeding them – even clearing up their poo.
It’s really cool to imagine how old this tooth is, and that it was once in the mouth of the biggest shark that ever lived. In fact, this tooth would have sliced through a lot of fish!
Tiny World is all about the animals you don’t usually see on nature programmes.