See the World through Others’ Eyes Science Set – Review

There is a real focus on STEM (Science, technology, engineering and Maths) at schools at the moment and I have to admit that all my kids love anything to do with science and nature.

Sebby is particularly keen on bug hunting and bird watching and can often be seen wandering along with a magnifying glass and a bug pot in hand, in the hope of finding something exciting.

We were sent the fabulous new STEM toy from Brainstorm Ltd that would is perfect for my budding scientists!

See the World Through Others’ Eyes is an optical science kit with 22 interchangeable lenses which allow you to see in more than 17 different ways – or create your own!

See Each Other

Lenses include wide angle, coloured, polarised, split vision, faceted, spectrum and more.

See Each Other Science Set

Did you know that a dragonfly has up to 30,000 lenses in its eyes!

Isaac See

Did you know that an ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain!

Eliza see

Also in the box is an informative, full-of-facts leaflet which Includes lots of fascinating information about eyes, as well as seeing like a rat, eagle, bee and more.

Brainstorm Toys is a range of fun, educational and interactive STEM toys that brings together a host of fascinating items. STEM toys incorporate science, technology, engineering and maths and encourage children to explore and develop a passion for these subjects. The aim of Brainstorm Toys branded products is to entertain children but also to inspire them to learn more about their environment.

11 thoughts on “See the World through Others’ Eyes Science Set – Review

  1. My kids would love these! What a cool idea. I love there’s so many more STEM toys about at the moment.

  2. Wow, that looks so cool I know my nephew would love this he`s always into fun things. This reminds me of these glasses I used to have when I was little. They changed colours and everything!

  3. Kacie Morgan says:

    I think it’s great that girls are being encouraged to consider these kinds of concepts and perhaps even explore a career in STEM themselves.

  4. Jenni says:

    Oh wow this looks incredible. My daughter would definitely love these, I would love these!

  5. This is such a fun set, Jack has it and it really makes them think about how other animals and things might perceive certain things.

  6. This sounds like a really interesting way to teach children about science in a fun way.

  7. Kira says:

    We’ve got this for Alessia for Xmas it looks brilliant ! We love the stem sets in this house

  8. This is so clever! I love the creativity behind these sets – fun for kids but also so useful.

  9. charlotte says:

    ok is it wrong that as an adult I would love this as a gift? Such a great way to get people engaged with other species! (I am adding this to my christmas wishlist now!)

  10. Linda Hobbis says:

    That looks a lot of fun and exactly the type of thing Ieuan would have loved when he was younger. Seeing things like a bee must be fascinating and I suspect an eagle has far better eyesight than I have!!!

  11. This looks like a set to really make them think about the world around them and how different things can be.

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