Remember when we were young, and we ran in the meadows to catch a glimpse of the rainbow?
The magical ray of colors continues to captivate the hearts of children today.
Lucky for our kids today, they don't have to run in the meadows to catch rainbows.
All they need to do is ask you to buy this rainbow projection, and they have the magical rays right inside their bedrooms.
Of course, running out still is more exciting, but due to COVID-19 restrictions, this rainbow projection ensures that your kids stay safe at home while still enjoying every bit of their childhood.
All it takes is just a gentle tap, and this projector will cast a rainbow on the wall and ceilings.
The rainbow projector comes with a 2-light up mode so children could experiment and choose their preferred lightings and colors.
Your kids could use some imagination and create rainbows with only one color, three colors, and of course, all seven of them.
You can place it in the bedroom wherever your hearts desire. My suggestion is to keep it far away from the wall to create a giant rainbow that could fill the room.
The closer the projection is to the wall, the smaller rainbow it could create.
Your kids can use this rainbow projection not just for play but as a night light too.
Place the projection on their nightstand or desk.
Turn the projection on while the kids are still awake.
You can set a time for the projection to shut off by itself when you think the kids have fallen asleep.
My favorite purpose of the rainbow projection is teaching my kids about Science.
Kids can learn how the rainbow is formed by light refraction and a combination of the color spectrum. The rainbow projection has posters and materials that explain the process to kids.
If you want your kids to be Scientific and less superstitious, this rainbow projection does the trick.
Instead of children saying there's a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, they will be like Aristotle.
Do you know that the Greek scholar was obsessed with the rainbow? Aristotle was among the early freethinkers to analyze how the phenomenon takes place.
Aristotle wrote about rainbows in "Meteorology, Book 111."
This rainbow projection would teach your kids that a rainbow does not come from a magical place.
Don't worry about having to spoil the fun for the children. If anything, this rainbow projection will equip your kids with objective thinking and deep love for Science.
|Product Dimensions:||9 x 4.5 x 4.75 inches|
|Item Weight:||12 ounces|
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