How and Why- Space Travel and The Moon Tonie
This educational Tonie explores the mysterious world of outer space and the Moon. Written by Dr Manfred Baur, your little ones can transport themselves into a new world!
Space Travel - A journey to Mars or Saturn would be a dream come true for many astronauts. From launch pads, such as those at Baikonur, rockets lift off into space. How do astronauts move in zero gravity? Why do they wear spacesuits and what do they eat when in the spaceship?
The Moon - Up to now, only twelve Apollo- astronauts have stepped on to the moon. Since then, scientists have discovered how the moon was formed, why it has endless craters and why a thick layer of dust covers its surface.
Listen, play, collect. Tonies are up for everything! Handcrafted for hands-on play. Every Tonie is hand-painted, yet tough enough to be part of the fun not just on, but also off the box. Just upload audio using your computer, tablet or smartphone. Simply place on top of your toniebox and enjoy the story.
- Running time: 70 minutes
- Readers: Jean-Luc Juilen, Debby van Dooren
- Age recommendation: 6+
- Accessories: Booklet, instructions
- Wi-Fi required for initial set up
- Note: WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard. Small parts.
To get started, all you need is internet access, a Toniebox with a Wi-Fi connection and a Toniecloud account. Tonie-App available for iOS from version 9 and Android from version 4.4.