USA Interactive Talking Map

Item number   w-ip-z11055
This product has been DISCONTINUED
3 years +
Skills Star

Skills

Geography, US History, States, Capitals, Landmarks, Famous People, Thinking Skills
SKUw-ip-z11055
Recommended Age3 years
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Quantity Available0
UPC Code3760145110558
Dimensions of Box12" x 25.6" x 3.1"
Made inChina
Part Numberdsc-w-ip-z11055
Weight1.85 lb
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Description of USA Interactive Talking Map

New Jersey, North Dakota, Washington, and Idaho; what do all of these words have in common? They all are states in our nation, and are part of an interactive electronic map game perfect for expanding your child's education! With this USA interactive talking map, observe as your school age child's vocabulary, knowledge, and geography skills increase rapidly. This electronic geography toy was created by one of I-Play's new brands, Zanzoon. The kids interactive map features one thousand enticing United States facts, fifty states that interact with your school age child at their touch, and one extremely academic and informative 'Race to the White House' game, which will educate your child about the white house and electoral college. All of this already seems amazing, but this isn't the end! Also, this USA Interactive Talking Map contains four descriptive narratives; one gives information about the original thirteen colonies, one about North America, another about the Civil War, and finally one about the entire Planet Earth. Hurtle virtually through time as this extremely educational talking map game from Educational Toys Planet takes your child through both the past and present of the wonderful country that we call home. The open electronic USA map measures 35 x 24 inches.

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  1. by Carolyn, VT on Sep 21, 2009