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Magnetic Puzzle Map

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[{"textkey":1,"title":"Description","text":"Magnetic puzzle map makes learning geography fun! The world magnetic map puzzle teaches about countries, capitals and landmarks. Puzzle pieces cling to magnetic playboards included or any metal surface. 16 1/2\u0022 L x 10 1/2\u0022 H. For ages 6 and up, small parts not recommended for children under 6. "},{"textkey":0,"title":null,"text":null},{"textkey":0,"title":null,"text":null},{"textkey":0,"title":null,"text":null},{"textkey":5,"title":"Features","text":"11\u0022 long x 16 3/4\u0022 wide; Playboard included; Includes magnetic states and countries that adhere to any magnetic surface; Major country magnets include landmarks and flags"}]
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These are great!!!
Got these for holiday gifts for neices and nephews...not only fun but also educational!!!
December 3, 2010
Granddaughter could not put down!
Our 7 year old granddaughter did not put this puzzle down once she opened it for Christmas! With an exchange student living with my sons family the student was able to show my granddaughter where she lives in Germany and the other countries the exchange student had visited. The map was a great educational piece to purchase and the magnetic back was great too for placing on their fridge or a magnetic black board!
December 25, 2014
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LOVE IT. PLAY WITH IT! COOL TOY!
I am a stamp collector and the counties of the world are forever changing names, it is really hard to keep up with them, past and current. Dahomey is broken into two countries now I know one of them is Benin but always forget the others name, I like looking on my magnetic world map and pulling the country off and putting back on to remind me where it is. The whole of Africa and the eastern countries in front of Russia have all changed names or at least stamp names. Germany was once a whole country, then there was east and west while I was a child, Now it's a whole country again, trying to keep it's stamps stain is a job. And before it was a whole country there are stamps from Bavaria, Berlin, etc. Old German stamps. Stamps are a lot of fun, Honestly just keeping the African countries straight you have Congo stamps, People Republic of Congo and Democratic Republic of Congo stamps. You also have North and South Rodish (Spelled wrong) East Boronina and the Zimbabwe, Zaire, and so on, It is so hard keeping the straight, Gold Cost, Ivory Coast, Siore Leone, You have old names and new. And yes the map helps a lot.
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April 5, 2015
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Great Map
I bought this for myself to use. I wanted to see where in the world things are taking place when I watch the news. Wanted to also know where our missionaries are in the world so I could pray for them. There are countries on the map I had never heard of. It is really enlightening. Great map!
September 20, 2014
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January 6, 2011
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Walter Drake Store
Looks perfect for teaching/learning about whole world in flat space
margaretanne p on Apr 29, 2017
my grandsons dreams of knowing everything and then some in a day
Christine O on Feb 1, 2017
Looks perfect for teaching/learning about whole world in flat space
margaretanne p on Apr 29, 2017
This appears to be a good idea for my grandson.
big bob on Feb 20, 2017
my grandsons dreams of knowing everything and then some in a day
Christine O on Feb 1, 2017
to help children learn geography
Sherley H on Dec 10, 2016
twin boys!
Alice B on Dec 5, 2016
Educational, knowledge building puzzle for a toddler. Even to pull away attention out of IPad.
Harshada P on Nov 28, 2016
My niece wants to learn about other countries
Marcia C on Nov 25, 2016
Want to learn where everything is
Karen S on Oct 7, 2016
To teach kids where each state is located.
Dolores P on Sep 19, 2016
Great for kids adults
PAMELA S on Aug 19, 2016
Something to do w/my daughter.
Melissa E on Aug 5, 2016
For granddaughters in grade school. The schools are very remiss in teaching geography these days.
Linda S on Aug 2, 2016
My grandchildren are pretty good with a United States puzzle, so I would like to challenge them with this world puzzle.
Elizabeth O on Jun 28, 2016
never got this
C A on Dec 3, 2015
I love maps and learning about countries of the world.
Nancy G on Oct 14, 2015
Education
Susan K on Jul 13, 2015
child's interest
Chisa S S on Apr 22, 2015
HOBBY
Jan R on Mar 30, 2015
Perfect for great grandson to learn the world countries.
C O on Mar 28, 2015
What a fun way to learn about the countries of the world.
ReDella G on Jan 13, 2015
same as above
Rita M on Dec 8, 2014
refreshing my knowledge of geography
PAULINE K on Dec 3, 2014
For myself, and gifts for grandchildren for learning; however, small kids will lose the pieces. It's essential to keep the cover so as not to lose a piece. The magnet isn't very strong, but I enjoy it anyway. I'm just very careful to protect it.
Gail M on Nov 22, 2014
This appears to be a good idea for my grandson.
big bob on Feb 20, 2017
to help children learn geography
Sherley H on Dec 10, 2016
How many pieces are in it?
Dina V on Dec 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The map is 16" x 1-1/2". I haven't ocunted the pieces, but most of the continents are one piece, with just a separate piece here and there. For example, the US is one piece, as is Canada and south America. But the smaller The islands and bodies of water are separate. There really aren't a lot of small pieces. I have found this map very useful and like the magnetic quality. As long as you drop a piece on the map, that piece isn't going anyway. Hope this help. Linda Lantz