11 Educational Toys for Kids Who Love Astronomy

Educational toys for the kids who are highly interested in astronomy and the wonders of the universe.

11 Educational Toys for Kids Who Love Astronomy
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Do your kids always look at the stars? 

If your kids are interested in galaxies and space, you can engage them with the toys and gifts that are both educational and fun to improve their knowledge about the universe. They'll be excited about exploring the mysteries of the infinite sky, and learn more about the planets. Even at home, you and your kids can explore outer space with some basic astronomy tools.

You can find 11 gifts that'll bring your astronomy loving kids to the universe of the twinkling stars and colorful planets.

1. 4M 3D Glow-In-The-Dark Solar System Mobile Making Kit

If your children are obsessed with the solar system, this kit will make them fascinated. It offers both fun and education at the same time.

They can build their own glow-in-the-dark solar system in their bedroom, and discover the planets in motion. The kit includes a full set of snap-together planets, hanging frame and string, two strips of paint, two glow paints and a paintbrush.

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2. LEGO Ideas 21312 Women of NASA

Meet the female pioneers of the space: Sally Ride, Mae Jemison, Margaret Hamilton, and Nancy Grace Roman. Your kids will learn about the 4 women that make NASA what it is today thanks to this LEGO set. It comes with a handbook to educate your kids about them, so it's not just a toy, but an educational tool for your little space-lovers. 

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3. Glow in The Dark Stars Wall Stickers

You and your kids will catch the stars with the glow-in-the-dark stars stickers. If your children are interested in the stars, and love watching them under the bright sky, these stickers will complete their bedroom.

They add the real look of a real night sky, so it would be a nice gift to bring the twinkle stars to your children's room. 

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4. Space Shuttle And Toy Rocket Ship Set

For the little astronauts, it'll be an inspiring gift to bring their dreams to the next level. If they can't have a rocket ship yet, then they can experience it with the little ones, and maybe in the future, they'll be experts on it. They'll able to learn the basics of aerodynamics, flight, and rocket ships.

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5. Omegon Universe2go Planetarium

For the little space enthusiasts, there's nothing better than this planetarium. Probably neither you nor your children have seen the sky like this.

You'll observe all 88 constellations in the night sky, as well as planets within seconds. It also includes an audio guide with explanations of extraterrestrial objects and stories from Greek mythology.

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6. National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Space

It's the best book to introduce the wonders of space to your kids. There's no need for any other information because this book has simple texts for beginners and colorful illustrations that make your kids understand the topics easily.

The book will explain the basic concepts of space and universe with different chapters about the moon, sun, planets, and other objects in the solar system. It's a perfect opportunity to discover the space with your child.

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7. 4M Water Rocket Kit

This rocket kit will encourage your kids to create their own rocket. It helps to challenge their imagination, and develop better creating skills. Your kids will learn how to turn a water bottle into a rocket.

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It's powered by water and air pressure. 4M Water Rocket Kit contains 1 plastic bottle, 4 fins, 1 fin support, 1 bung, 1 bung connector, 1 pump connector, 1 extension plastic pipe, and detailed instruction.

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8. LED Night Lighting Lamp

Explore the wonders of the dark sky, and bring the cosmos into your kids' bedroom. With this projector, your kids will fall asleep while watching the bright sky. It stimulates children's interest in astronomy, and also overcomes their fear of the darkness. You can change the colors of the stars if you want.

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9. SkySpy 70mm Refractor Telescope

If your kids want to observe the sky closely, the only thing they need is a telescope. They can unlock the doors of the mysterious universe with it. Also, they'll have the experience of watching the events that can't be seen with a naked-eye such as a meteor shower. It contains instructions on what lenses to use to see the movements of the moon and other celestial bodies.

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10. CARDDIA Solar System Objects, Stars and Galaxies 

Learn the planets with the high-resolution photos taken from NASA. You can play and learn with your kids with these galaxy cards. If they're bored with reading texts about the solar system objects, and galaxies, it would be much better.

Make your own rules, and start playing. You can also compete with your kids about the universe. Then, you all can enjoy it while learning.

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11. Aeromax Jr. Astronaut Backpack

Put your items into the backpack, and get ready to fly off in your rocket ship. It'll complete your space boots and space gloves, and you'll be a little astronaut. 

Whether an adult or a child, it looks so cool. Your kids can use it as an everyday backpack, or as a school bag. They can put plenty of school books into it.

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