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Handheld, portable and with a built-in screen, children can easily see their magnified images through this simple to use device, whether in the classroom or out in the school gardens.
  • Built- in Screen
  • Up to 43x magnification
  • Rechargeable
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Easi-Scope with Screen

Handheld, portable and with a built-in screen, children can easily see their magnified images through this simple to use device, whether in the classroom or out in the school gardens.

Rechargeable via USB and with up to 43x magnification, simply focus on the object that you wish to magnify and the image can be clearly seen on the screen. Wireless, it can also be connected to a tablet via USB, so that children can take still images of their magnified object, using the single control button on top of the microscope.

This enables images to be shared with the rest of the class, as well as making the microscope an ideal tool for assessment. Compatible with IOS and Android tablets and Windows. On 17” monitor: 75x magnification On 2” built-in display: 9x magnification 10 metre range Compatible with xploview

Activity Ideas! 1. Use the Easi-Scope to explore different types of food. Look at fruit or vegetable snacks. Examine the skin or peel and then look at a sliced piece. What patterns or shapes can children find? Can they recognise different fruit or vegetables from captured images? Captured images could be turned into art work by recolouring or creating repeating patterns. 2. Provide a feely bag of familiar objects and choose children to pick one item at a time from the bag - try to keep the whole object hidden from the rest of the group. Give the Easi-Scope to one child and ask them to hold it very close to the object. Can their group look at the screen and guess what the object is? Or do they need the child with the Easi-Scope to move a little? 3. Try investigating materials. Use the microscope to capture images from different types of fabrics. How do natural fibres compare to manufactured fibres? How do they differ and how are they the same? Can children use their findings to recognise the origin of other fibres?

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