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Glow-in-the-Dark Solar System


Turn out the lights for a hanging classroom display that glows.

Ages 6-11
Create a glowing planetarium right in your classroom.
  • Features proportional Sun and planets

  • Sun glows in the dark after exposure to light

  • Provides the perfect springboard for Earth and space science lessons, inquiry activities and class projects

  • Assembles easily for ceiling display with included hangers and 32' of clear plastic line

  • Includes 10 sturdy plastic pieces (Sun, 8 planets, dwarf planet Pluto) and up-to-date Activity Guide with solar system facts

  • Largest piece (Sun) measures 8" in diameter

  • Grades 1+
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Glow-in-the-Dark Solar System
 
1.5

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1.0

don't recommend

By Regina

from Phippsburg, ME

About Me Parent, Thrifty

Pros

  • Compact
  • Somewhat Colorful

Cons

  • Flimsy
  • Poor Design
  • Poor instructions
  • Pricey For The Product
  • Size No Accurate

Best Uses

  • Age Of Child Is 4
  • Home

Comments about Glow-in-the-Dark Solar System:

I cannot tell one planet from the other. Need to have a colored chart vice black and white.

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2.0

The sun is NOT 8" in diameter, it's 4"

By Product researcher

from Racine, WI

About Me Educator, Parent

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        Comments about Glow-in-the-Dark Solar System:

        This product says the sun is 8" in diameter and it is not. It's 4" in diameter so HALF the size!!! The other planets are near the size of marbles and there is just clear string and metal loops on each planet to individually place on the celing. Our set didn't even come with the Solar System Guide :(

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