The summer season is the perfect time to head outdoors with
the children at night and stare at the stars above. The grass often provides a
cool relief from the scorching temperatures, and on a clear night you can stay
out in the backyard for hours and look at all of the tiny dots in the sky. Stargazing
is a fun and interactive family activity, and even gives you a chance to teach
your children a bit about astronomy and basic science.
And this summer, if you want to be able to take a closer
look at all of the stars in the sky, turn to Imagine Toys® today. We now offer
a fun new telescope science kit for kids that will let them gaze into the
distance, and learn all about what is up there above.
Stare Up at the
Summer Sky – What Do You See?
The night sky in the summer holds so many mysteries that are
invisible to the naked eye. But with the new Nancy B’s Moonscope, your
little ones can get up close and personal with all of the celestial bodies
above. This fun new science kit for kids comes with a telescope through which
they can examine all of the planets, stars, and anything else that may be
shining brightly in the sky. Beyond that though, this great science kit for
kids also comes with a plethora of other educational activities that your child
will love to try out during the summer. With this stargazing kit your kids can
learn about the different phases of the moon, discover the existence of the
“man in the moon,” and even write a moon myth that they can share with the rest
of the family. This fun new stargazing telescope is the perfect toy to add a
bit of education into the long summer nights that families enjoying spending
Learning About the
Many children enjoy using telescopes and love staring at the
stars above. But if your child truly enjoys basic astronomy and stargazing at
the night sky, consider having them pursue this interest further by enrolling
them in science clubs or science camps outside of school. Often local
universities or municipal governments will host science exploration and
discovery camps for kids during the summer months, which may include week long
sessions learning about the stars, the planets, and other basic wonders of
Additionally, if your child is already in school, then there
may be other science-related activities or organizations available to them
inside or outside of the classroom. Speak to their teacher when school starts
again in the fall to find out if there are any further opportunities available
to your little ones.
Stargazing with the
Family on a Warm Summer Night
Few things are more
enjoyable than lying down on grass and staring up at the sky on a summer night.
And if you want to add some extra educational activities as well, make sure to
bring home this new science kit and stargaze with the whole family!