USA Map Learning Placemat

Item number   w-md-5013
List Price $3.00
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  • 6 years +
    USA Map Learning Placemat is the top selling educational table mat by Melissa & Doug.

  • Develops skills: geography, thinking skills, manipulative skills, memory skills

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Product Description

USA Map Learning Placemat is the top educational table mat by Melissa & Doug. Turn your child's mealtime into learning time with this educational kids table mat. USA Map Learning Placemat features the colorful US map on one side and draw and color US map on another one. This US map placemat brings geography learning ideas right on your child's table. The USA Map Learning Placemat is easy to write-on, easy to clean placemat. The wipe-off Learning Mat Crayons and more learning placemats are available at Educational Toys Planet.

Product Details

  • SKU: w-md-5013
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years
  • Our recommended age:  6 years, 7 years
  • Brand:  Melissa & Doug
  • Quantity available in stock:  67
  • UPC:  772050135
  • Dimensions of package:  17.4" x 11.2" x 0.1"
  • Country of manufacture:  China
  • Manufacturer part number:  5013
  • Packaged product weight:  0.10 lb

Reviews of USA Map Learning Placemat

  1. by Betty, MS

    Got these for my 3 grandkids (8-6-4) who are home schooled by their mother. Great color and teaching tool. Thanks,
  2. by Jason, CA

  3. by Wendy, NC

    I used these placemats as the party favors for my son's Birthday party. All moms found them great and creative goody bags.
  4. by JEANNE, WI

  5. by MARY ANN, CT

    We are collecting out of state licence plates and were looking for a map to use to record those we see. The placemat is perfect for this project.
  6. by C Maureen, NY

    I teach special education high school at risk students and have found these maps so helpful in trying to understand US Georgraphy in our US history course