Skip to main content

Tiny Discoverers review: Woodland Adventure Pack


I was recently given the chance to review a woodland adventure pack to review from tiny discoverers much to the excitement of my 3&4 year old daughters.

The pack consists of a backpack, binoculars, crayons, magnifying glass, bug catcher (plastic tweezers), magnifying container, tracing paper and some cards to identify bugs, leaves etc.

 Tiny Discoverers

My 3 year old was at home when the package arrived and seeing as it had a ladybird on the box instantly assumed something exciting was waiting inside for her and ripped it open.  She loved the bag as is similar to her sisters school bag, once she had opened all the contents she went around the house collecting stuff to look at including crayons, small toys etc and then looking at everything with the magnifying glass including the cat and her own body parts ha ha.  Her sister loved it too when she came home from school and they did argue over who was going to use what ( sisters they love each other really). 
On Saturday we went outside to put the pack into proper use which they were very excited about even though it was raining they still had fun, we didnt find any bugs just one wriggly worm to have a look at, not many leaves either but being winter there isnt many around.  we found lots of daisies which were put in the jar, after an hour we were all starting to get cold and came home.  Although we didnt find much they still enjoyed the adventure of it.  
 Tiny Discoverers

My thoughts are that it is much better suited to the other months of the year and it will most definitely be used by them again once we get to spring time.  Its great for getting kids outside exploring with nature instead of inside watching television etc.  The bag itself is great lots of useful pockets plus the removable pencil case, the contents are good too although just a note the binoculars packet had 5+ on the outside but the neck string is removable.  I think it would be a great gift and sure any child will love it.

You can find Tiny discoveries on twitter and facebook where you can view their products and keep up to date on their website launch due next week.

The rrp price for the Woodland Adventure Pack is £25 

I personally feel if it was slightly lower priced it would make it affordable for families on a lower budget.
Tiny Discoverers


Popular posts from this blog

Speech Delay

So bump is now 4 and he is having problems with his speech I'm at the point now where I'm thinking did I do something wrong? will he ever talk? and I just don't know the answers which is frustrating me so I can only imagine how frustrating it is for him.

His speech started off fine the usual mama, dad, dog etc then it just seemed to stop and no more progress was made and I was too worried at first because my eldest daughter who's almost 20 now didn't really say all that much until she started nursery.

By the time it came to his 2 year review I was slightly concerned and spoke with the health visitor about it and was referred to speech therapy, we waited a while for that and they only saw him once where the speech therapist sat and played with him and gave me things to do at home with him.

We did attempt for him to start nursery last April but it didn't go too well and he didn't go anymore, he is quite a handful and they wouldn't let him stay the whole s…

potty training a 4 year old

So as I said in my previous post about speech delay bump is now 4 and still not potty trained, I started off potty training at 2 and its just been a struggle ever since, I feel like I've hit a brick wall and I just don't know what to do anymore.

he wont sit on the potty or the toilet, have tried everything to encourage him, books, dvds haven't tried a reward chart because he would have no interest in that.  Took his nappy away but he will just wet or pooh himself and not care.

He wears a nappy to nursery and he is due to start reception in September, what am I going to do send him to school in a nappy? I cant do that, I'm hoping and praying he's just going to decide to do it on his own but he is quite happy still wearing a nappy with no prompt to change him if he's done a pooh.

I'm at a loss and feel like a total failure, I've potty trained his sisters perfectly fine so why cant I do it?

please feel free to leave me a comment, email or tweet me i'd …