Teach your children about rockets and space with Geospace Jump Rocket LED Night Shotz Set.
It is so hard to believe, but my son and grandson went back to school this week. Although school is back in session, we are smack dabbed in the middle of Summer still. My grandson is six years old and has little interest in school, so when I find something that is interesting to him I jump at the opportunity to teach him what he wants to learn. He is currently obsessive about space and rockets; it is honestly all he thinks about and talks about. I have been looking for something that would be fun for him to play with that he will also learn from. I found exactly what I was looking for it is the Geospace Jump Rocket LED Night Shotz Set.
The Geospace Jump Rocket LED Night Shotz Set is ideal for ages 4+. The set includes a Jump Pump, Launch Pad and three LED soft, foam rockets red, green and blue. There is a little assembly required, but it took me about 2 minutes to put it together. The foam rockets feature a soft rubber nose that contains a durable LED light that is activated by an on/off switch. Launching the rocket is very simple to do. You just put a rocket on the launch pad and step on the foot stomp. The rocket shoots up to 100’ in the air! It is so fun to play with. We have played with it during the day and at night. The LED lights make this the perfect toy to play with after the sun goes down. Everyone in my family loves to play with this when the sun goes down because the lights are so fun to see. It has become a great teaching tool for me to use with my grandson since he obsessed with space. The Jump Rocket LED Night Shotz Set is an awesome teaching tool but it is something that he can play with independently. Non-replaceable batteries power the LED lights, but they last for hundreds of lighted flights. Additionally, Geospace also has replacement rockets so you can add or replace the rockets. This has quickly become my grandson’s favorite toy to play with. I love the fact that I can use it as a teaching tool; he can play with it independently and that it keeps him entertained and excited about playing outside. It is also something that the entire family enjoys playing with, especially when the sun goes down.