Rainbow Kaleidoscope with Glitter Wand
- The word Kaleidoscope derives from the Greek word Kalos (Beautiful) and Eidos (Shape) and was invented by Sir David Brewster in 1816.
- A kaleidoscope is a tube of mirrors containing loose colored beads, pebbles, or other small colored objects.
- The viewer looks in one end and light enters the other end, reflecting off the mirrors to create unique and spectacular images.
- The multicolored murals created within the Kaleidoscope can be enjoyed by all ages for years to come.
- Wand colors are assorted
- Approximately 9 inches long with a 6 inch wand