From launch pads, such as those at Baikonur, rockets lift off into space. Find out how astronauts move in zero gravity, why they wear space suits and what they eat when in the spaceship.
Since the landing of Apollo 11 in 1969, a total of 12 astronauts have walked on the Moon. Scientists have discovered how the moon was formed, why it has endless craters and why a thick layer of dust covers its surface. Audio Play - Educational Running time: approx. 70 minutes.
Tonies are robust, hand painted characters that contain the content of audio books, songs and stories. Tonies work with a Toniebox, the innovative portable music player system that combines playing, learning and listening. It's screen-free and easy for children to operate. Placing Tonies audio characters on the Toniebox begins playback automatically and taking them off stops it. Pressing the ears changes the volume. Tapping the sides changes tracks and the fast-forward or rewind function is activated by tilting the Toniebox.
Note: WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard. Small parts. Toniebox required for use. Wi-Fi connection required for initial setup.