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With the glow in the dark National Geographic Crystal Growing Lab, you can grow real amazing crystals at home! It’s a fun and educational family activity.
With the National Geographic Crystal Growing Lab in blue, you can grow real amazing crystals at home! It’s a fun and educational family activity.
With the National Geographic Crystal Growing Lab in purple, you can grow real amazing crystals at home! It’s a fun and educational family activity.
Create your very own spaceship with our Space Shuttle Kitset Model! This awesome model comes flat-packed with instructions for simple assembly.
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.
Do you know someone who’s irrational before their first coffee? Gift them this mug with an irrational number on it. Coffee and Pi – what a great combo!
You put caffeine in it, so why not put caffeine on it, as well? The Caffeine Mug is the perfect gift for the coffee lover in your life.
With the Discover Space Educational Tin Set, children can discover the wonders of space, our solar system, the galaxies and the Universe.
With the Solar System Planetarium Model, you can create your very own glow-in-the-dark mini planetarium. It’s out of this world!
The Big Book of Stars and Planets features giant fold-out pages full of fascinating facts to satisfy the curiosity of every young space enthusiast.
My Very First Space Book is a beautifully illustrated, non-fiction picture book about space for very young children.
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.
Simply twist to travel to space and experience an awesome show of lights and colour!
The Cloud Weather Station forecasts the weather by responding to atmospheric fluctuations.