Explore the solar system with the Playz Solar System for Kids Exploration kit, now on sale for Cyber Monday!
This set is the perfect STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) gift for the kids in your life ready to explore outer space.
Playz Solar System for Kids Exploration Kit is 65% off right now at Amazon for $24.48.
This is a serious price drop from the kit's usual price of $69.95. And there's quite a bit that's included in this STEM kit. For kids obsessed with outer space, the kit includes 17 different space exploration experiments and activities, 34 different tools and pieces along with a colorful 36-page guide that includes a whole lot of space information and trivia.
Playz Solar System for Kids Exploration Kit:
$69.95 $24.48 at Amazon
This STEM kit is the perfect gift for the young person in your life that loves all things science, outer space and exploration. With 17 different experiments and activities and a plethora of pieces, tools and more, there's something for everyone in this kit.
For the young, curious people in your life, this interactive kit will allow them to explore outer space, build a spiral galaxy, tour through our solar system and more. With this kit, they will even be able to build their own rocket ship, drive a space rover and more.
Between experiments, activities and STEM crafts, this kit has it all. Whether the young ones in your life dream of being astronauts or are always asking questions, there will be something in this kit for every kid.
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