National Geographic Glowing Marble Run – 80 Piece Construction Set with 15 Glow in the Dark Glass Marbles, Mesh Storage Bag & Marble Pouch, Great Creative STEM Toy for Girls & Boys
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Love having a toy that helps them think/learn/build and keeps them entertained without any electronic component.
Turn off the lights, place the marbles in the glow-in-the-dark starter tops and the glowing marbles look as if they are flying through the air as the marble run has disappeared in the dark. Turn off the lights, place the marbles in the glow in the dark starter tops and the glowing marbles look as if they are flying through the air as the marble run has disappeared in the dark!The National Geographic 115-Piece Glow-in-the-Dark Marble Run Set is a super-fun way to explore construction, engineering, and physics! This Kit Includes: 25 glow-in-the-dark marbles; 1 UV light to help your marbles glow brighter, longer; 53 smooth-run tube pieces; 31 action pieces that fit securely together, so you can be sure that your marble run maze won’t fall apart when you play; 5 sturdy bases to build a stable structure; storage bag; and Learning Guide with instructions. Design and build your marble run track then watch in amazement as you send glow-in-the-dark marbles on their wild, zig-zagging ride.
There are countless configurations kids can build with this set, meaning play will last for hours and hours!
For example, if your child loves playing with cars then why not set up some cones in the driveway and have them race each other? GLOW IN THE DARK MARBLES – The marble run kit includes 8 glow in the dark glass marbles that shine bright as they zig-zag down the marble run. National Geographic Toys makes the highest quality hands-on science toys, and all products are backed by exceptional service.
This construction kit is designed to fit together snuggly, so your marble maze won’t fall apart while you play. Some of their most popular products include "First Sewing" and "Nail Designer Kit" craft kits, "Giant Science Lab" activity centers, and "First Pottery" kits. About the National Geographic Society: With a mission to inspire people to care about the planet, the 131-year-old National Geographic Society is one of the world's largest nonprofit scientific and educational organizations.Under the Consumer Contracts Regulations June 2014 you have a duty to take reasonable care of Products whilst they are in your possession.