Space Explorers Edition Play Box Set

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This space themed play set is out of this world. Packed full of beautiful learning through play resources any budding astronaut will find themselves totally immersed in hours of open-ended educational play.

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Packed full of beautiful learning through play resources, this out of this world play set will immerse any budding astronaut in hours of open-ended play. From learning the planets and their position away from the Sun to recognising constellations, this set will open children’s eyes to the wonder that is our universe.

This set includes:

1 x Astronaut Peg Doll

1 x Stand up wooden rocket to assemble and personalise.

1 x  100g Tin of Scented playdough with biodegradable glitter.

11 x Needle Felted Planets including the Moon and Sun.

1 x Wooden ring ( to simulate Saturns rings)

1 x Solar System card pack (12 x A6 cards).

2 x Constellation threading cards with rainbow wool and plastic needle.

1 x A3 Zodiac signs Constellation Poster.

1 x Glow in the dark pebble (To simulate a Comet).

10 x Wooden Stars (Can be used to recreate constellations).

10 x Wooden Rods (Can be used to recreate constellations).

10 x Grey Glass Pebbles

5 x White Glass Pebbles

5 X Foil Rocks

1 x PVC Glitter Galaxy Table Mat

 

WARNING!

This set is not suitable for children under three years.
This set includes small parts that are a potential choking hazard. All play must be supervised.

 

 

 

 

 

2 reviews for Space Explorers Edition Play Box Set

  1. Chloë Sully (@elizasplaydiary)

    This set is absolutely fantastic! So many space themed items in this box my 4 year old loves it! The open ended play opportunities are endless and we love that! Thank you for creating such a beautiful box of play!

  2. Tiffany Cross

    My three-year-old is obsessed with all things space, so this set is perfect. We’ve had so much fun using the bits and pieces to add to our other space-themed play, whether we’re taking the astronaut up to space in our rocket, or making footprints on the moon (playdoh).

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