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Kaboom -- there's been a big bang in your room. Enjoy more than 700 glow-in-the-dark stars in a breathtaking breadth of sizes and shapes with this kit. Plus, you get a star map and safe, re-useable adhesive. It's like having your very own planetarium.

  • Product Dimensions (inches): 12 (L) x 9.5 (W) x 2 (H)
  • Age: 5 years and up

Recommended Ages:5 – 12

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Great Explorations Glow In The Dark Star Explosion

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Great ExplorationsGlow In The Dark Star Explosion

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limited glow

By Isaac's Mom

from Austin, TX


  • Lots of Fun


  • Could Be Hazardous

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    Comments about Glow In The Dark Star Explosion:

    We put the stars etc. up on the ceiling in our son's room. I like that the box includes a variety of shapes and sizes, but the glow is not really noticeable and is shortlived at night. Also the clay/adhesive provided is not enough, a very small chunk. I wish the packaging is more user friendly and safer, too. The edges of the stars are sharp and pointy, and the small ones can be easily swallowed for sure.

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