Giant Inflatable Solar System
Item # LER 2434
Ages 5+
$49.99
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Product Description

Demonstrate rotation, revolution, and orbit in 3 dimensions with this durable, washable solar system set.

Teach the position, order, size, and shape of the planets and sun.

Also great for creating an out-of-this-world playroom or bedroom.

Each colorful planet (and sun) inflates easily

Loops included for easy hanging

This unique solar system set turns any room into an intergalactic experience.

Includes:
     • 8 planets with hanging hooks
     • Pluto
     • Sun
     • Earth’s Moon
     • Convenient foot pump
     • Activity Guide with fun planet facts
     • Repair kit

Measure 5”-23” in diameter:

Grades K+

 

Product Instructions,

Activity,

Use & Care Guides:

 

Download our Product Instructions

and Use & Care Guide

 

Specifications:

Sun measures 23" in diameter, Jupiter measures 14" in diameter, Saturn measures 11.5" in diameter and includes attached rings, Neptune measures 9" in diameter, Uranus measures 9" in diameter, Venus measures 7.5" in diameter, Earth measures 7.5" in diameter, Mars measures 6" in diameter, Mercury measures 6" in diameter, Pluto measures 5" in diameter, and Earth's moon measures 5" in diameter.

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Giant Inflatable Solar System
 
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2.0

Expensive for Quality

By Dance School

from Des Plaines, Il

About Me Student, Teacher

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Pros

  • Fun

Cons

  • Didn't Inflate Well
  • Does Not Work Well
  • Misshapen

Best Uses

  • Home
  • School

Comments about Giant Inflatable Solar System:

The solar system colors and sizes looked great. When we tried to inflate most of the smaller shapes were oval or lopsided. The smaller ones were also really hard to inflate because the nozzle didn't have an air trap so they would start to deflate as soon as you were done inflating. We ended up finding the same thing much cheaper and should have gone with the cheaper version of the same thing.

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