This small but powerful unit, transforms your living room or bedroom into constantly changing array of colourful stars and plays calming sounds [with 6 nature sounds] to help you relax, also works well as a baby soother or meditation device.
The Star Projector and Sound Machine includes a power-saving mode that gives you the option to automatically turn the machine off after half an hour, so you can set and forget – not worrying about disturbing the peace once your little one’s drifted off.
But that’s not all! This sensational star projector also doubles as a speaker for your computer, MP3 player or smart phone – and can give you up to 5 hours playing time with the 3.5mm included cable.
$19.95Children can put their flying skills to the test with this chunky pad of brightly patterned spaceships. Each tear-out, patterned paper sheet can be folded, origami-style, into a flying spacecraft by following the step-by-step instructions included.
A pack of 50, double-sided, pocket-sized cards to help identify constellations, planets, meteors and other starry sights. Each card shows a feature of the night sky, one to a side, including a detailed picture and description, interesting facts, statistics and position in the night sky. An easy, convenient and informative companion for stargazing in the outdoors or through a telescope. With internet links to star maps and websites to find out more.
$29.95Learn about the world as our ancestors did with this 1100 piece plastic Antique World Map. You can piece together Hondius' world map, first published in 1630. 38cm x 59cm in size.