Tonies How and Why -
Space Travel and the Moon
Add educational audiobooks to your Tonies library with the Tonies How and Why – Space Travel and The Moon Tonie. Just place the astronaut Tonie on your Toniebox speaker and listen…
When you put a Tonie on your Toniebox speaker for the first time, the audio will download directly onto the Toniebox from the Toniecloud. The story will start playing instantly. Once the audio content has been completely downloaded you can play it anywhere, without a WiFi connection.
Rockets lift off from space stations around the world. But how do astronauts move in zero gravity? Why do they wear spacesuits and what do they eat on the spaceship?
Up to this day, 12 Apollo astronauts have set foot on the moon. Since the first moon landing, scientists have discovered how the moon was formed, why it has endless craters and why a thick layer of dust covers its surface.
Toniebox sold separately.
Tonies Audiobook - How and Why Space Travel and the Moon
- Contents: 1x Tonies How and Why Content Tonie
- Hand-painted astronaut figure
- Plays true stories and facts from space on your Toniebox
- 2 topics: Space Travel and The Moon
- Recommended for ages 6 and up
- Run time: approx. 70 mins
- Requires Toniebox audio system (sold separately)