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GALT Horrible Science Perilous Planes

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GALT Horrible Science Perilous Planes:

Get ready for take-off with the GALT Horrible Science Perilous Planes set! This brilliant kit lets children try their skills at launching glider planes, spinning helicopter rotors and even testing out a parachute! Plus, it is filled with mind-boggling information about the science and engineering behind flight and some truly perilous flying facts. Based on Nick Arnold’s bestselling books, illustrated by Tony De Saulles.

James Galt & Co. Ltd. has been established for over 180 years. Born in Ayrshire, James Galt set up as an educational stockist in Manchester in 1836. In the 1850s the company expanded into printing and publishing and in 1961 the GALT Toys division was formed. Today GALT continues to produce and sell quality toys which meet the needs of all stages of child development from 0-10 years. GALT products are designed to be fun and to encourage learning through play. Traditionally, the company is associated with art, craft and activity products and in more recent years GALT has established a name for itself in the First Years category with the innovative Playnest. All GALT products comply with or exceed current toy safety regulations and all carry the CE mark and the Lion Mark.

Recommended age 6+ years.

Box Contains:

Rotor launcher, circular rotor, printed foam glider plane pieces, 2 nose weights, 4 mini fibre pens, 2 parachutes, white string, printed card sheet, 3 printed paper sheets, 6 coloured paper sheets, stickers and ‘Horrible Info’ leaflet.

Educational Benefits

Understanding Science

Dexterity and co-ordination

Imaginative play

To browse more of our Educational Toys for age 6+years, please click here.

Additional information

Weight0.3 kg
Dimensions6.5 × 14 × 21.5 cm

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