Space Trek Wall Activity Toy

$ 649.95

Space Trek Wall Activity Toy

$ 649.95
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  • Delivery about 4 Weeks


Space Trek Wall Activity Toy - The Perfect Waiting Room Toy for High Traffic Areas

The Space Trek Wall Activity Toy allows Little hands to travel through space and explore new galaxies. Move the ‘space balls’ through the wormhole tracks and turn stations, seeking out of this world and interstellar destinations.

Size: 27 1/2"H x 17 3/4"W

It's a great solution for keeping kids busy in high traffic areas and waiting rooms. This interactive wall toy is designed to enhance children's hand-eye coordination skills while providing endless fun. Upgrade your space today with the ultimate entertainment source.

Upgrade your space today with the ultimate entertainment source: A great activity to develop hand-eye coordination. This heavy-duty waiting room toy will keep kids busy without taking up a lot of space.

  • Encourage imaginative play while developing fine motor skills
  • Improve hand eye coordination with the Space Trek Wall Activity Toy, perfect for high traffic areas like waiting rooms, therapy clinics and schools
  • Easy to assemble with included hardware and assembly instructions from Keebee

Made for High Traffic Areas like malls, museums & other shopping center areas that cater to children. 

Made in Canada by Keebee

Everything made comes with easy to follow assembly instructions (with words and pictures), and all the necessary hardware.

How to Clean Keebee Toys

10 interesting facts about Outer Space:

  1. The universe is incredibly vast, estimated to be about 93 billion light-years in size. It contains countless galaxies, which are like cities of stars.

  2. Light is the fastest thing we know of. It travels at a speed of about 299,792 kilometers per second (or about 186,282 miles per second). It takes light from the Sun about 8 minutes to reach Earth.

  3. Black holes are super-dense objects with powerful gravitational forces. They form when massive stars collapse under their own weight. They're so strong that even light can't escape them.

  4. Scientists have discovered planets outside our solar system called exoplanets. Some of these exoplanets might have conditions suitable for life.

  5. Neutron stars are incredibly dense. If you took a teaspoonful of neutron star material, it would weigh billions of tons!

  6. Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system, has a massive storm called the Great Red Spot. It's a huge storm that has been going on for more than 300 years.

  7. Sometimes galaxies collide and merge with each other due to gravity. This process is called galactic cannibalism, and it can create bigger galaxies.

  8. The universe is about 13.8 billion years old. Scientists have determined this age based on observations of the cosmic microwave background radiation and the way the universe is expanding.

  9. Most of the universe is made up of mysterious substances called dark matter and dark energy. Dark matter makes up about 27% of the universe, and dark energy is around 68%. We don't know much about them yet, but scientists are studying them.

  10. Our Milky Way galaxy is just one of billions of galaxies in the universe. Each galaxy can have billions of stars, and some of them might even have their own planets.

Delivery about 4 Weeks

  • This item is made to order and ships from Canada.
  • Delivery is about 4 Weeks
  • We will email you the tracking number when your order ships.

Due to customs laws, we may require your taxpayer ID number to get your order into the U.S. from Canada.