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4M 3427 Solar System Planetarium - DIY Glow In The Dark Astronomy Planet Model Stem Toys Gift for Kids & Teens, Girls & Boys
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- The Solar System Planetarium set teaches children about the wonders of the solar system. Just assemble, paint and learn
- This set includes planets, stencils, squeeze glow paint pen, rods, string, a fact filled wall chart and 10 sets of Kidz Quiz questions
- Complete assembly instructions included
- No batteries require
- Recommended for ages 8 years and up
- Challenge your child's imagination with 4M toys and kits
- 4M educational toys cover a wide range of educational subjects and include science kits, arts and crafts kits, robotics kits, and more
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Toy contains a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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From the manufacturer
4M educational toys cover a wide range of subjects and include science kits, arts and crafts kits, robotics kits, and more. Each toy is creative, imaginative, inspiring--and most of all, fun! They encourage your child's inquisitive nature while teaching them to explore the world around them.
4M KidzLabs Solar System Planetarium
This kit introduces kids to the world of astronomy in a fun, hands-on way
Explore the wonders of outer space with the 4M Solar System Planetarium. Assemble the sun and planets and set them into motion with this fascinating, glow-in-the-dark mini-planetarium.
- Assemble the sun and planets into a fascinating mini-planetarium
- Glows in the dark
Explore the Wonders of the Solar System
Learn about the planets of the solar system with this fun, hands-on science kit.
Planets in Motion
Once assembled, watch the planets move in their orbits.
Mix 4M Solar System kits and explore the wonders of the solar system through hours of creativity, enrichment and imaginative play.
|4M KidzLabs Solar System Planetarium Kit||4M 3-Dimensional Glow-In-The-Dark Solar System Model Making Kit||4M KidzLabs Earth-Moon Model Kit|
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|Number of Planets||12||12||1|
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|Recommended Ages||Ages 8 and Up||Ages 8 and Up||Ages 7 and Up|
Art and science combine with the 4M Solar System Planetarium. The Solar System Planetarium set teaches children about the wonders of the solar system. Just assemble, paint and learn. This set includes planets, stencils, squeeze glow paint pen, rods, string, a fact filled wall chart and 10 sets of Kidz Quiz questions. Complete assembly instructions included. No batteries required. Recommended for ages 8 years and up.
From the Manufacturer
Construct a 16.5"x16.5" glow-in-the-dark solar mobile. Art meets science with Kidz Labs solar system models. Assemble, paint and learn.
Choking - Small Parts
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By ShopGirl on April 13, 2015
By Song of the Highway on February 10, 2018
I love that my child could paint it on his own though we use acrylic paint I had and not the ones the kit brought. I think it worked out better.
I was a bit disappointed that the planets were not at all right in size comparison to each other. But my planet loving 5 year old took it apon himself to remedy that by just changing the planets around so the sizes matched better and painted them the color of the planet he chose it to be. The sun still needed to be bigger but he was okay with that.
It wasn't very hard for us to put together, pretty simple actually so not sure why others are having such a hard time. There's a little notch on either side of the planet parts that you need to match up. The metal little bars needed some pressure, but that about all the "hard" work it entailed.
I do wish it was way bigger and more accurate but it was a neat little project that my 5 year old could do in less than half an hour.
The paint and paint brush is a joke. Luckily I had my own paint and brushes on hand, but it was still very hard to paint. The planets are SO TINY! Now for me to figure out what planet I painted which color and try to put this thing in the proper order. NOT looking forward to it.