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United States Map Stickers

  • Recommended Age: 4 Year Old
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United States Map Stickers
$ 14.95$ 9.99 (10% OFF)
Total: $ 9.99

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Description


We love reusable stickers

Great on-the-go package lets kids and families take this item in the car, on a plane, into a restaurant, or anywhere you might want an engaging activity that 's easy to start and easy to clean up.

Just toss everything back into the handy carry-along tote! Play for a few minutes or a few hours. Reusable cling stickers make this an activity kids will go back to again and again.

Includes:

- One 12 x 19 U.S. map

- 50 reusable vinyl cling stickers

- Tote measures 7 x 6 x 1

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Why Our Experts Love It


We love this sticker pack because it's fun, portable, and educational!

Your child can use this sticker pack to learn about U.S. geography. Plus, you can take it in the car, on a plane, into a restaurant, or anywhere else you might want an engaging activity.

Just toss everything back into the handy carry-along tote! Play for a few minutes or a few hours. Reusable cling stickers make this an activity kids will go back to again and again. Also, we all need a bit of a refresher on our US Geography - mom and dad will love it.
  • At first your child will remove pieces from the sticker board and put them back using trial and error. You could help your child by explaining the shape of the state you are looking for and asking him or her to find it for you. What state is long and skinny with a handle on it? Florida.
  • Your child may also be able to match the pieces onto the board by looking at the pictures or colors on the pieces of the adjoining states. Gradually your child will begin to know what piece goes next.
  • As your child picks up a sticker name the state he or she is holding. Begin with the most recognizable and give your child memory cues to help his or her recall. For example, Texas is the biggest or California is the longest.
  • Talk about each state with your preschooler. Point out the illustrations on each state to your child and explain the defining characteristics in that area, like why are there crabs on Maryland? You can expand on this by asking questions, like Why do you think oranges grow in Florida but not Vermont? This works on his or her inference skills.
  • Teach your child about the compass directions, north, south, east and west. With the stickers put together, show your little one the different regions of the country, based on the compass directions. Have your child remove the stickers by grouping the states into regions-- northeast, southwest, etc. This works on categorization skills.
  • Your child can use the map of the states to play “travel agency” and plan trips. Planning trips will help with sequencing, attention to details and organization skills.
  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards
  • Choking Hazard 3 - Small parts not for children under 3 years