Help Your Kids Explore and Discover Wildlife and Nature with Junior Explorers!

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Looking for an educational opportunity for your kids? If so, you are going to want to check out Junior Explorers! Junior Explorers is a monthly subscription for kids, ages 5-12, to explore and discover wildlife and nature. My oldest son, Drake, is five and will be starting Kindergarten in the fall so I have been looking for things to keep him learning this summer. We got our first Mission Kit, and he LOVES it!

Junior Explorers was developed as a program to develop kids’ understanding of our planet, its ecosystems and species through fun and interactive missions. We built a program which is truly experiential, is both tactile and digital, and meant for kids to learn while having fun. Junior Explorers is dedicated to educating and inspiring the next generation of environmental stewards.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Sign up for a monthly subscription – Get 1 month for $19, 3 months for $49, 6 months for $95, or 12 months for $185. Plans automatically renew, but you may cancel at any time.
  2. Wait for your Mission Kit to arrive – Includes collectibles, activity sheets and animal fact cards
  3. Play! During each mission, you will solve the mystery, play games and earn rewards

Even better, are your child is earning points, they can give 100 points to real world conservation projects which is then converted to $1 with a donation made to projects.

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This month’s mission was to the Great Barrier Reef. We received stickers of animals found in the Great Barrier Reef, an activity card, temporary tattoos, a wristband, two small toy animals (clown fish and humpback whale), postcards, a pin, animal cards and a fact sheet. The mission was to find out why the coral was bleaching. Drake loved completing all the activities. He has actually done the same mission a few times since we did it together.

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I would highly recommend Junior Explorers for grade school age kids! Go HERE to check out it and get started!

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