Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Junior Explorers Mission Great Barrier Reef Review + FREE MONTH to Try Out for Yourself!

The featured product was provided free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% the opinion of the Coupon Savvy Sarah family. This post contains affiliate links in which I may get a small commission if you make a purchase.”

Looking for a fun, engaging way to keep your children (or grandchildren) busy while educating them at the same time? You have to check out Junior Explorers - especially for during the summer months when kids are not in school learning! See below for a coupon code for a FREE month's kit!

Junior Explorers is a fun and educational monthly subscription program for elementary aged kids (ages 5-11), which teaches them all about wildlife and nature! As Junior Explorers, kids go on monthly interactive 'missions' to explore different ecosystems and the animals that live there. Each mission includes both tactile and digital components with kits delivered home plus a robust online experience. Kids also learn how to give back and support the habitats and species they explore every month through the Junior Explorers Mission Giveback program.

Fictional characters, Kia and Kyle are resident Junior Explorers who accompany children on every adventure. Together they will explore amazing places like the Arctic, Serengeti and the Amazon, having fun while learning about these regions and the animals that live there!

Junior Explorers is dedicated to educating and inspiring the next generation of environmental stewards.

How it works:

  1. Home Delivery: Each month, Junior Explorers receive a kit in the mail. This kit includes activities, games, cool collectibles and a secret code to unlock online missions. A new mission to a new ecosystem with new animals is delivered each month.
  2. Online Learning: Once kids log on and unlock their mission, they join Junior Explorers Kia and Kyle in solving a mystery about our planet. Through gamified learning, they follow an engaging narrative and complete games, while earning points and discovering new concepts along the way!
  3. Giving Back: As kids play games online, they earn points that are turned into real donations to nonprofits such as the WWF and the Nature Conservancy. Kids are given a true experience in giving back to the animals and ecosystems they have just learned about!

Rose received the Junior Explorers Great Barrier Reef Mission Activity Kit to review. It was filled with tons of activities, the secret activation code and even some fun surprises such as a wristband, pin, mini animals, postcards to send to family and friends and much more. Rose was able to login easily, choose her own girl or boy avatar and even customize how it looks on the computer! We really liked that the points that Rose earned through her activities and fact cards were able to be donated to non profit organizations that help animals and various ecosystems. We love giving back when we can and this is a fun and easy way to do it! At the end of the mission your child gets a certificate which is really cool!

Junior Explorers is a monthly subscription service that you can cancel at anytime! You can choose to get just one month to check it out or subscribe for 3, 6 or 12 month increments. You get the best discounts when purchasing a longer subscription and these make great gifts for your children or grandchild all year round!

Want to try Junior Explorers FREE for one month?  To sign up, use this link with the code FREE1.  You will pay only $2.00 shipping only!

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1 comment:

  1. I bet the school kiddos would have a blast! They love stuff like this!!