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Great Explorations Star Explosion
Great Explorations Star Explosion
Great Explorations Star Explosion
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Great Explorations Star Explosion

AED 105
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Product Description

Light up your nights with the Star Explosion glow-in-the-dark-stars set from Great Exploration

Includes 735 pieces; 5 large stars, 45 small stars, 105 mini stars, 100 micro stars, 20 astros, 460 adhesive stars/astros/comets, star map, and adhesive putty (1/4" - 5 1/2")

The glow-in-the-dark stars are the brightest and best on the market with proprietary Glominite formula

Best on the market; lifetime glow guarantee with Glominite

Great Explorations products encourage kids to imagine and create as they explore the world around them

Light up your nights with the Star Explosion Glow In the Dark Set from Great Explorations

Decorate your ceiling and walls with more than 700 glow-in-the-dark planets, stars and shapes

Our glow-in-the dark stars out-glow all others, thanks to our proprietary Glominite formula

Includes Wonder Stars, Twinkle Stars and Galactic Astros, plus adhesives

Imported from USA

This Star Explosion kit allows children to create a universe in their own bedrooms. With over 500 glow-in-the-dark
adhesive pieces to choose from (including stars of all sizes, comets, asteroids, and spiral galaxies), junior
astronomers can create star displays, black-hole effects, and, with the aid of the included star map, actual
constellations. There are 364 small (.25-inch to 1.5-inch) star stickers and about 200 larger (1.5-inch to 5.5-inch)
plastic shapes that adhere to walls and ceilings with the putty that comes with the set (it's safe to use on most
surfaces). The stickers and plastic shapes are made of Glominite, a safety-tested product that stores light. Each time
the Glominite shapes are exposed to light, they recharge--so that the glowing keeps on going. --Kathryn Gustafson

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