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Create your very own space shuttle with this Metal Earth model of the Space Shuttle Discovery. This amazing 3D steel model features stunning details.
Pocket Eyewitness: Dinosaurs is an essential guide to the prehistoric world. Giving you fast facts at your fingertips, it makes learning about dinosaurs fun!
Space: A Children’s Encyclopedia is a rocket ride from the beginning of time to the near future, and from planet Earth out to the furthest reaches of the Universe.
Each rock box contains a selection of mixed rocks and minerals such as amethyst, rose quartz, cracked geodes and tumbled polished gemstones.
Amethyst is a purple variety of quartz. It is a prized semi-precious gemstone which formed millions of years ago in volcanic rocks in Brazil.
A Galileo Thermometer is a traditional way to read the temperature. This modern take features an elegant glass sphere with five floating glass bulbs.
Witness the amazing laws of physics! The Newton’s Cradle demonstrates the law of conservation of momentum and energy via a series of swinging spheres.
Perfect for astronomy beginners, these high quality, lightweight binoculars by AstroNZ are ideal for exploring the night sky or land based objects.
The Discover Rocks and Minerals Tin Set provides a fun and informative introduction to rocks and minerals. From the Wonders of Learning range.
The Discover Dinosaurs Educational Tin Set provides a fun and informative introduction to the incredible world of dinosaurs.
Featuring the iconic logo of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, this NASA T-shirt makes an ideal gift for the Space lover in your life.
The Discover Planets Educational Tin Set provides a fun and informative introduction to the planets of our solar system.
With the Solar System Planetarium Model, you can create your very own glow-in-the-dark mini planetarium. It’s out of this world!
Sun, Moon and Stars is an exciting introduction to space for children beginning to read on their own.
Southern Nights, tells the story of New Zealand’s night sky, from the southern lights to the Milky Way.
The Cloud Weather Station forecasts the weather by responding to atmospheric fluctuations.