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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Explore the universe from the classroom; Learn about the size and distance relationships of the planets, moon, and Sun with this inflatable set; Includes: Foot pump, teacher's activity guide, and hanging hooks; Alert: CHOKING HAZARD-Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Create an out-of-this-world playroom or bedroom with this unique solar system set. Each full-color component inflates easily, turning any room into a space-age experience. Set includes 23" diameter sun, 8 proportionally sized planets with hanging hooks, Pluto, Earth’s moon, convenient foot pump, Activity Guide and repair kit.
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They are fun and my son loves it but a hole developed between the ring around Saturn and the planet and the patch does not work there- and we only had it a weekPublished 5 days ago by Leslie brewen
These hold up well, even when kicked and played with by a group of 10 2-4 year-olds. 😊Published 12 days ago by Lisa Maddens
Huge blow up planets! Hold air well had for three months only had to fill up once. This is great for children learning the solar system. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Mamamia
My 4 year old is OBSESSED with the planets; therefore, he is OBSESSED with these detailed blow-up planets (especially the sun). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kathryn M Ellis
We received two Mercurys, but didn't get Mars. Lame. Not going to hassle with returning it. Who has the time? We turned one of the Mercurys into Mars using a red marker. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael R. Foley
My 3 year old grandson received these for his birthday and loves them. Stays inflated, allowed to sleep with only one planet at night but races down stairs in the morning for the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Laurel A. Kenney
The colors seem off from the pic. We have to keep blow them up because it gets deflated so easily. The first shipment we got, we didn't get Mercury. It was missing from the box.Published 2 months ago by frequent flyer