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Unique snap-on dual-mode shoe lights!
National Geographic Outdoor Explorer Toys.
Play All Night with Red Versus White!
This outdoor, nighttime game turns you and a friend into the playing pieces. Ask a parent to prepare 11 fun questions about nature and science. Attach one Shoe Light to your shoe and one to a friend’s. Turn them on and adjust them so one light glows white and the other red. Head outside and have your parent ask the prepared questions. Whoever answers correctly takes a step forward and scores a point. After all the questions are asked, the player with the most points wins!
Since its inception in 1888, when the National Geographic Society was created for the "increase and diffusion of geographic knowledge," it has supported the work of the world's most intrepid scientists and boldest explorers. Over the years, the Society has awarded more than 10,000 grants for exploration, research, and conservation efforts. Their constant exploration of the world has illuminated the need to protect the Earth's many resources for the future, resulting in a rededicated mission to inspire people to care about the planet. Most important, National Geographic's net proceeds support the exploration, conservation, research, and educational programs that make a better understanding of the world possible.
What's In The Box?
Expedition Shoe Lights and Activity Field Guide
2 Light modes - Pathfinder and Night View!
Given to my 30 yr old son and daughter in law who vamp and hike. They Love them!Published 1 month ago by Hoppy
Dual-option lights are high tech, bright, and work well, but they kept falling off my 4 year old's shoes unless he walked in a very careful flat manner. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Swiss Reviewer
Ad stated this came with batteries but it did not. Also, the booklet that was supposed to be enclosed was missing. Read morePublished 17 months ago by EM2012
Not worth the money. Fall off too easy. I was disappointed and so were my kids. They were better off running with flashlights.Published 19 months ago by Susan
My kids loved these shoe lights and could not wait to try them out. We did not know batteries not included... Whoops! Read morePublished 20 months ago by Chan