Space Travel Pathfinder Wall Toy

$ 69.95$ 61.95
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Space Travel Pathfinder Wall Toy

$ 69.95$ 61.95
You Save: $ 8.00 USD (11.44%)
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Space Travel Pathfinder Wall Toy 👽

Kids will love taking a journey into outer space with the Space Travel Wall Toy. This is a pathfinder toy that allows them to journey around the board and meet fellow travelers, planets, and shooting stars.

Size: 17 3/4" x 17 3/4" x 3/4"

We love all things outer space. Introducing children to rockets, planets, stars, galaxies, and NASA is a great way to create a love for the great unknown.

Helps little people and soon to be astronauts motor skills, hand-eye coordination, descriptive language, counting, color, shape, space and reasoning skills.

Designed for walls but can also be mounted on tabletops and cabinets.

  • 🤖Chunky Knobs
  • 🚀Colorful Graphics
  • 🌜Fine Motor Skills
  • 🌌For Home or Office 

This activity toy is also great for helping kids with their fine motor skills as they move the pieces around the panel. Perfect for playrooms, bedrooms, offices and waiting areas. 

  • The pre-drilled holes make it easy to mount and includes anchors and screws.
  • Fully tested according to the highest consumer standards
  • Decorate toddler rooms, therapy clinic walls and waiting area spaces
  • Small footprint but big fun. Keeps children busy and entertained

    Designed for walls but can also be mounted on tabletops.

    • Our SENSORY BUSY BOARD WALL TOYS Provide BIG FUN in SMALL SPACES- our Space Travel Transportation WALL GAME will delight children as they move the outer space items through the beautifully designed Scene. Our INTERACTIVE ACTIVITY WALL MAZE Panel Toy can turn walls into a play area and this is a favorite!
    • BUILDING SKILLS THROUGH PLAY is how kids learn. We designed our Kids Learning Decor Activity Center to have play with a purpose. The vibrantly colored chunky vehicles glide through the toddler ACTIVITY BOARD and are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. The pathfinder activity will help build fine motor skills, hand eye coordination, visual tracking, and finger strength. All help with pre-writing skills.
    • SAFE & STURDY WALL PANEL to keep your little ones learning and playing while you have peace of mind. Our wall games are fully tested to the highest standards. There are no loose pieces to swallow or lose. No assembly required – just install the wall panel by mounting the Busy Board on the Sensory wall with the included hardware then let the kids play the day away. 
    • The PERFECT KID SIZE WALL GAME - our Space Travel Wall Mounted Busy Board Game is just 17.75" x 17.75". The wood sensory maze puzzle is an excellent toy for kids of all abilities. It can help turn any wall into the perfect play area in your home, office or therapy centers.

      "We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win."

      – John F. Kennedy

      Here are 10 interesting facts about outer space:

      1. The Sun is so huge that more than one million Earths could fit inside it! It's a giant ball of hot gas that provides light and heat for our planet.

      2. There are eight planets in our solar system, and Earth is one of them. The other planets are Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

      3. The Moon is Earth's only natural satellite. It orbits around our planet and takes about 27 days to complete one orbit. It's also the reason we have tides in our oceans.

      4. Astronauts have special suits called spacesuits that protect them when they go on spacewalks. These suits keep them safe in the harsh conditions of outer space.

      5. The International Space Station (ISS) is a giant laboratory that orbits around the Earth. Astronauts from different countries live and work there, conducting experiments and learning more about space.

      6. The Milky Way is our home galaxy. It's a spiral-shaped galaxy that contains billions of stars, including our Sun. It's called the Milky Way because it looks like a milky band of light in the night sky.

      7. Shooting stars, also known as meteors, are not actually stars. They are tiny pieces of rock or dust that burn up in Earth's atmosphere, creating bright streaks of light.

      8. Some astronauts have walked on the Moon! The Apollo missions in the 1960s and 1970s allowed humans to step foot on the lunar surface for the first time. They brought back rocks and conducted experiments.

      9. Saturn, one of the planets in our solar system, has beautiful rings made of ice and rock particles. These rings can be seen from Earth with a telescope.

      10. There are black holes in space, which are areas with extremely strong gravity. They are formed when massive stars collapse under their own weight. Black holes are so strong that not even light can escape from them!