Size 22 cm L
The body of the kaleidoscope has two main parts, the viewing tube (with an eyepiece at one end) and the object box or case at the opposite end of the tube. The object box is a thin, flat box made of two glass disks and a band circling the edges and holding the disks and the objects enclosed. Those objects are fragments of colored glass, beads, tinsel, or other reflective materials.
Keep your room interesting or reduce stress with this dynamic volcano desk lamp.
Watch the volcano erupt, creating a beautiful ambiance. This desktop volcano lamp is ideal for your desktop, children's room, living room and practically any other room in your house.
What can I do with my magnets? See whay kind of things your magnets will pick up. Try paper clips, coins, keys, pins, nails, aluminium foil, wood, plastic, buttons etc. Which of these items are attracted to your magnet? Whatever is attracted to your magnet will most likely contain iron.
What are the “N” and the “S” on the ends of the horseshoe? They stand for North Pole and South Pole. Every magnet has at least two poles, a North and a South. If you have another magnet, hold it up to each end of the horseshoe. Opposite poles attract or pull together, Like poles repel or push apart.
Not suitable for children under 3 Years.