Age group: 5+
Key Features :
- Coins with the constellation name and constellation formation marked out in holes.
- Projecting a torch through these coins brings the night sky alive into your home.
- Wooden Toy so its safe, open ended and helps foster an interest in Astronomy.
What will I get:
12 Constellation coins in a cotton bag. Comes with a small write up about each constellation.
Great introduction to Astronomy. Sparks wonder in kids about space
- These handcrafted wooden discs help teach kids about star formations in the skies
- They help foster an interest in astronomy
Product Description :
Bring the night sky alive into your home by projecting a torch through these coins towards your walls or ceilings. These create a beautiful atmosphere that is both fun and educational. They have a black back so they help forming the reflections by dimming the surroundings. When selecting a light source, be sure it has a single bulb. If it is something like an LED flashlight with multiple little bulbs, you'll end up with too many stars, distorting your constellation.
These handcrafted wooden discs help teach kids about the 12 zodiac constellations that can be easily spotted in the night sky. Included is also a little write up about each constellation.
Shine a torch and see the constellations come alive on your wall. Kids can also trace the constellations on a paper using a slim high point pencil/ a mechanical pencil. Kids can also lace the set with a slender string to enhance their fine motor skills
Material : Wood
Item Size (L x W x H) : 9 x 5 x 4 cm
Package Contents : Constellation Coins with information sheet
DISCLAIMER: Wood is a natural material and as such, has various unique markings. Variations in wood grain, color, knots, texture or dye transfer are all natural occurrences in these hand-stained wooden products. These unique variations and markings are proof of quality, not defects. Enjoy the markings that make your Toyroom Toy unique!! Some constellations that have grouping of too many stars have been made with smaller holes to be able to accommodate them into a standard disc size. This might prevent you from being able to trace through it.