This item from the Great
Gismos 4M Science range is a great way to get children engaged and interested
The mini planetarium is quite
simple to build and the end result is quite clever. It is multi-functional which is pretty impressive for a product
costing only £12.95. It can double as a
torch, projector and night-light, ideal to help settle children at night; they
can look at the constellations as they drift off.
The pack also lets you
make your own designs that can be projected so good for encouraging children to
be creative. I thought it was
exceptionally sweet as eldest wrote about loving mummy and daddy on two of the
With the dark nights
drawing in I think that this light up space planetarium will give the boys lots
of comfort and reassure them at bedtime.
It would make a lovely
Christmas gift, I find it difficult encouraging the boys to add non-computer
game related items to their Christmas lists but this little projector would go
down well with children with inquisitive minds that are eager to learn. As a parent I am quite pleased that
batteries are included as there is nothing worse than trying to track a
suitable battery when children are keen to get started.
can find out more information from their website.