USA Map 51 pc Floor Puzzle

Item number   w-md-440
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This educational cardboard 51 pc floor puzzle by Melissa & Doug features the US map with colorful states.
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Skills

Geography, Planning
SKUw-md-440
Recommended Age6 years
Our Recommended Age 6 years,7 years,8 years
Brand Melissa & Doug
Quantity Available12
UPC Code772004404
Dimensions of Box9.5" x 3" x 11.5"
Made inChina
Part Number440
Weight2.90 lb

Warning. Choking Hazard. WARNING! CHOKING HAZARD. Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Description of USA Map 51 pc Floor Puzzle

Hands-on geography? Yes, it's possible with this giant floor map puzzle by Melissa & Doug. USA Map 51 pc Floor Puzzle features 51 heavy-duty coated cardboard jigsaw puzzle pieces. This educational puzzle features the US map with colorful states. Every state is shown with its capital city and special features: historic landmarks, famous building, agricultural specialty, or cultural attribute. Children will enjoy putting this quality puzzle together, while learning American geography. This children US map puzzle is a great addition to your home puzzle collection, or puzzle section in the classroom. Assembled USA Map 51 pc Floor Puzzle measures 3 x 2 feet

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  1. by Betty, IA on Feb 26, 2012

  2. by Kjerstin, NY on Sep 29, 2011

  3. by Judy, CA on Aug 29, 2011

    Nice map puzzle. Thank you.
  4. by Gloria, VT on Jun 22, 2011

    Great puzzle for the school age children.
  5. by Sally Wellsh, OR on Jun 13, 2010

  6. by SM, CA on Jun 2, 2010

    Not as pretty as it appears on the site.
  7. by Doris, MI on Jan 11, 2010

  8. by Edys Coro, FL on Feb 16, 2009

    Children should know the country they were born in, and live in, and this is a fun way to do it.