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8 Cool Science and Astronomy Toys

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    With iOptron Astroboy telescope ($150; ioptron.com), search for Orion in the night sky—just look for the three stars in a row that make up his belt. 

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    Read I See the Moon, by Jacqueline Mitton ($7; amazon.com) before your jammy-clad space explorer sets his coordinates for dreamland.

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    Look for home on the NASA Photo Inflatable Globe ($18; spacetoys.com).

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    Take an afternoon of playtime out of this world by building the Astro Rocket display ($28; cardboardsafari.com).

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    As the sun sets, grab blankets and a Blast Off Throw Pillow ($35; landofnod.com) and head out to the backyard to stargaze.

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    Grab Alex's Space Squirters for the Tub (four for $10;amazon.com) and pretend an alien has invaded bathtime.

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    Color comets together with star-shaped Multi Color Crayons by Alex (three for $5; amazon.com).

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    Piece together the solar system with this Across the Universe Puzzle ($14; landofnod.com).

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