Giveaway: Binocular Adventure Package from Imagine Childhood

This giveaway is now closed. Stay tuned to find out the winner this weekend!

Welcome to Simple Living Media’s Home for the Holidays! We’ve got 15 giveaways across the entire network this week—all great gift ideas, perfect for the holidays.

Today I’m excited to be giving away a prize that my kids will love receiving this Christmas, and I think yours will as well.

It’s this binocular adventure package from Imagine Childhood–full of goodies to help your children both play and learn as they go about their outdoor adventures.

This gift comes ready to stimulate hours of creative, educational exploration.

Learn more about what is included in this prize and how to win.

This package includes the following 12 items:

With this kit your child will have all he needs to head outside and begin exploring. My family and I recently moved to a home on two woodsy acres, complete with plenty of new birds to observe in the trees on our property. So I was excited to try out the binoculars in this package.

Made by the company Konus, this pair is compact for little hands and the rubber covering makes it easy to hold while also adding extra durability. It’s simple to focus and the magnification brings the trees and their inhabitants up close and personal. (I think we might also take them when we see the Nutcracker in a few weeks!) This is a solid starting pair of binoculars for a beginning observer.

Being a fan of bags, I especially love the backpack that is a part of this prize. It is clearly made to last and extremely sturdy. Crafted from organic cotton, it also features non-toxic dyes, sustainable wood and recycled plastic components, and adjustable shoulder straps. It’s also PVC free.

The nature cards included in this set have already been put to good use in our home. They have been helping us identify the flora and fauna in our local area. I’ve personally learned so much from having these on hand. We also like the poster versions.

The founders of Imagine Childhood believe that “children should experience the world through their own eyes, ears, fingers, and toes. That direct interaction with nature is the best way to learn about the world, and that open-ended imaginative play is the best way to learn about what it could be.” The quality toys that fill their store reflect this belief in the beauty of childhood.

I often visit Imagine Childhood when birthday or holiday time rolls around and I need a gift for one of my little people. Check out their online holiday gift guide to gather more ideas for the children in your life.

One Simple Homeschool reader will win a binocular adventure package from Imagine Childhood!

How to win

Everyone has two chances to win. Here’s how:

1. Comment on this post, answering this question: What child in your life would most enjoy this prize?

2. For an extra entry, follow both Simple Homeschool and Imagine Childhood on Twitter, and tweet about this giveaway. Make sure you include both our Twitter handles and this post’s URL. Your tweet can be something like this:

Win a binocular adventure package from @barnstories on @simpleschool ! http://bit.ly/rAwD4z #Giveaway #Christmas

After you tweet this is importantyou need to come back and leave an additional comment here, telling me you have done so.

This giveaway is now closed. Stay tuned to find out the winner this weekend!

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About Jamie Martin

Jamie is a mama to three cute kids born on three different continents. She serves as editor of Simple Homeschool, and blogs about mindful parenting at Steady Mom. Jamie is also the author of two books: Steady Days and Mindset for Moms.

Comments

  1. Ok, I have also followed and tweeted thy praises! Thanks for the opportunity!

  2. Chris & Scott Seaton says:

    Definitely my daughter Audrey. How clever!

  3. My son is a total nature lover. He just turned 5 and would love this!

  4. Oh my goodness! My budding scientist would be over the moon if he received this!!

  5. My almost three-year-old, Pete, I am so in love with the way nature takes him in.

  6. My 5 year old Collin would LOVE this! He has already put together a “discovery pack” for nature walks with his Superman backpack, a note pad, pencil, toy binoculars and a magnifying glass. This is right up his alley!

  7. My daughter would love this ! thanks for the chance

  8. My youngest son, the one who is always walking bare foot everywhere and has dirty hands would love a backpack filled with these goodies :)

  9. My son loves anything where he gets to explore (and being outside is an added bonus!). Thanks for this kind opportunity!
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  10. My youngest son would love this–he enjoys watching the birds that come to our feeder and learning the names of different animals.

  11. Sara Daniel says:

    AWESOME giveaway! What a fun green backpack to hold all the field-study goods. My son, Knox, would enjoy it and greatly benefit from it and would then pass it on to his nature-loving cousin. Thanks for the chance to win!

  12. Both my kids are nature lovers. They’d have to share it. Thanks for the opportunity!
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  13. Tracy Guillorn says:

    My youngest son Eli would love this. Plus we are doing a bird study at the moment!

  14. My son Liam would love, love, love this! So would his brother Aidan but Liam would appreciate it a bit more. He’s always wanting to learn about animals/bugs/plants and go on nature walks.

  15. Does my husband count? he loves the outdoors and can’t wait for our son to enjoy it with him. I think this will be great next summer for some day hikes.

  16. Tracy Guillorn says:

    I tweeted! thefloatingcottage. I love the Imagine Childhood website. Thanks!

  17. My oldest son would love this! He’s just getting to an age where bugs are more interesting to him than scary :)

  18. I can decide which one of my sons would enjoy it more!

  19. This is so timely. My 7 year old daughter seriously just asked me for a pair of binoculars this afternoon!
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  20. That’s tough my two oldest (5 &7) are the most age appropriate but I think my 5 year old son Layton would just gobble up the binoculars and all the goodies inside the bag. Hope we win!

  21. I have two daughters who would love this.
    Fingers crossed,
    Melissa B.
    mbabecka@gmail.com

  22. I think both my nephew Karsten and my niece Amara would enjoy this!

  23. My oldest son, Ian.

  24. I am sure all of my three kids will enjoy this! Thanks for this giveaway!

  25. Jessica M. says:

    My oldest son would love this!

  26. My oldest son is in LOVE with anything nature! Thanks for the opportunity!

  27. My 6yr son would love this pack (although his little brother might pounce on it first)! I lead a nature study co-op for our homeschoolers and, really, all the kids would thoroughly enjoy this pack. Awesome!

  28. My oldest son Crispin would be the one who would most enjoy this set :) He loves animals and learning about the world around us and finds creatures absolutely fascinating. Thanks for the chance!

  29. My almost-4-year-old is obsessed with binoculars. She’d love a real pair! (When the cardboard tube began to not hold up so well, we switched to a pair I found at B&N. It satisfies for now, but it’s nothing awesome.

    Thanks, Jamie!
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  30. i was actually thinking of getting my daughter something very similar for christmas, so i know she would love this!

  31. My 4 year old son is infatuated with the idea of binoculars and how they give him a “step up” in terms of how much he can see!

  32. My oldest (age 6 1/2) has taken a love to bird watching and has even asked for binoculars for Christmas. He would be *over the moon* to open this on Christmas morning … Thanks for offering such a fantastic gift!

  33. My 5-year-old son would love this!

  34. I am pretty sure my 3 year old and 5 year old would be fighting for it!

  35. My 7 year old. He is a self-declared adventurer!!!

  36. My 6 y/I son would absolutely LOVE this!

  37. Just followed and tweeted, thanks!

  38. We home educate our children and my two boys would enjoy this very much! Thank you!

  39. I just tweeted! Thanks again!

  40. Most of my children are almost too old for this (15, 17, 19 21), but my 11-yr old would like it. If not, I have younger nieces and nephews that I like to gift at birthday time! Thanks for the giveaway!

  41. Our son would love this! He’s always borrowing daddy’s binoculars.

  42. Christina V. says:

    My almost 5 year old would have a blast with this package with his daddy. Sounds like their kind of adventure!

  43. Christina V. says:

    I follow Simple Homeschool and Imagine Childhood on Twitter and tweeted about this giveaway!

    https://twitter.com/#!/stinav96/status/141463876406493185

  44. My son would most love this…he is very into observing and LOVES looking through binoculars :)

  45. My young son Adam would really love this. He is very interested in nature, and when at Gran’s house loves to watch the red squirrels playing in the garden.
    This would keep him amused for hours!

  46. My oldest daughter would love this! She has already asked for binoculars!

  47. Not sure I can choose just one child who would enjoy this adventure package – all three of our boys love to join together in their exploration and adventures!

  48. My middle daughter sophie, we were already planning to get her some bird watching books.

  49. My son Jonathan would love this!

  50. My son would love this. He is an adventurer at heart, and this is right up his alley. Thanks!


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