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Layers of the Earth Kids T-Shirt



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Give your kid a new outer layer (metamorphically speaking) with this rockin’ shirt to demonstrate it’s what inside that counts! Our Geology-inspired down-to-earth design displays the four layers beneath our feet. The Crust? Only a few miles thick. The Mantle? 1800 miles! Even cooler: the Inner Core is a solid ball of iron 800 miles wide, cooking at 6000 degrees celsius. That’s as hot as the surface of the Sun! Your young scientist will be sure to share these deep thoughts with everyone they meet

This black, organic cotton, short-sleeve t-shirt depicts the Earth showing its layers . Available in kids size 2 years-11/12 years.

Product Specifications  

  • Short-sleeve kid's t-shirt
  • Made from 100% organic cotton
  • Manufactured using organic dyes
  • Screen-printed design featuring a design of the Earth layers
  • Tagless
  • Machine washable
  • Manufactured from soft, high-quality fabric
  • Preshrunk
  • Care Instructions: Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry.
  • Imported

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We love this shirt!

Great quality shirt! And we love the print design. :) This is one of his favorites and it’s been a fun way of introducing and teaching about the layers of the earth to our 4 1/2 year old. I ordered size 5 and it fits great with room to grow.

Angela F.

Cute Graphics and Great Fit!

My daughter LOVES this shirt. The first day she wore it she drew a picture of herself wearing the shirt, it was so adorable! The quality and fit are perfect. It is a nice thickness of fabric that will stand up to the punishment of an active 7 year old.

Joanne W.
United States

Great quality

Great quality and perfect sizing. My son just loves this tee shirt as he has learnt about the Earth and Solar System in school, and he wore it to a visit to the Planetarium yesterday.

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