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Giddy Up My First Outer Space Kit


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Item Weight435 g
Product Dimensions25.4 x 7 x 30.5 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:8 years and up
Item model number0S6803003
  
Additional Information
ASINB004L9LNUC
Best Sellers Rank 855,943 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight544 g
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Date First Available10 Jun 2011
  
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GIDDY UP-Scientific Explorer: My First Outer Space Science Kit. Create your own constellation and bring outer space indoors! Along the way you'll learn some really about some really cool science about all the things floating around in space. Recommended for ages 4 and up with adult supervision. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years. Made in USA.

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful first science kit on "Outer Space" 16 Dec 2011
By Isabella E. Bertelli - Published on Amazon.com
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My 4yr old son recently received this kit as a fun rainy day present and he loved it. He especially enjoyed the little planetarium he could build and interchange the planet and star views. The map and stickers to create their own solar system was fun and nice and big. The only thing I would list as a negative is that Pluto is still shown as a planet, but that in itself was not a bad thing as it provided a nice side conversation on what constitutes a dwarf planet. Nice gravity information too that is appropriate for a 4-6yr old. I highly recommend this kit as a fun way to for your little one to learn about our solar system.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Poor quality 28 Dec 2012
By Chicago Mom - Published on Amazon.com
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Our 4-year-old son received this kit for Christmas. He is interested in space, and from the look of the box, it seemed like a nice introduction to space. It's not. My First Outer Space Science Kit contains only a cheap pseudo-educational poster with stickers (alien stickers don't teach a whole lot about science) and a small "planetarium" that is supposed to light up your child's room with stars and constellations. Ours broke within a day. It's un-fixable. An unfortunate waste of money all around.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Parent's complained 6 Feb 2013
By ginger p - Published on Amazon.com
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This was sent as a gift for a grandchild. Parent's called asking the price saying it was hardly more than a folded paper poster and stickers and they hoped I had not paid much for it. When child tried to unfold to it was torn in several spots within the folds and further ripped as they handled it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
poor quality 25 Oct 2013
By Gen - Published on Amazon.com
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We were excited to play with this kit. We opened the box and the buttons were broke off the planetarium. The top piece doesn't fit well on the base and had to be forced on. The battery compartment didn't stay on and needed to be taped shut to hold the batteries in place. Overall this was a nice idea and we were horribly disappointed.
Very poor quality... but the kids like it 21 Dec 2012
By L. Brown - Published on Amazon.com
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CONS
1. The top half of the planetarium never screwed on properly.
2. After a week the battery door fell off.
3. It only works in a VERY dark room, like a bathroom.
4. Even under the best conditions, the display is poor. The light is so dim, and the display is just horrible.
5. The poster IS NOT very educational. You're given stickers of a few planets, and lots of aliens in spaceships to decorate the poster with. That's it. I also found it odd to have little green aliens and flying saucers in a "science kit".

PROS
1. My kids have managed to keep themselves with the planetarium, despite the face it doesn't work well.
2. The poster & stickers is fun.
3. It's only $13, so not bad for the price. Just don't expect very much... at all. Seriously.
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