CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
LeapFrog® Explorer Smart Globe
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- Learn fascinating facts about continents, countries, capitals, music, currency, highest points and so much more
- Eureka game mode that prompts players to find geographic points of interest before time runs out
- Six multi-level games
- Up to four players
- Features a world clock, interactive pen, volume control, headphone jack and automatic shut-off
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Appropriate For Ages 8 Years and UpFasten your seatbelts, put your tray table in the upright position and prepare for take off. Next stop? The world. Touch the interactive pen any place on this interactive, talking atlas and learn thousands of amazing facts. Compare population and land area between say Dundee, Scotland and Oaxaca, Mexico. Find out flying times between Lubbock, Texas and Kyoto, Japan. Learn fascinating facts about continents, countries, capitals, music, currency, highest points and so much more. There is also a "Eureka" game mode that prompts players to find geographic points of interest (giving hints along the way) before time runs out. Up to four players can play six multi-level games with this very chatty, very challenging atlas. And it isn't just for kids either. Everyone will have fun testing their knowledge of geography and exploring the world. This rotating globe and talking atlas features a world clock, interactive pen, volume control, headphone jack and automatic shut-off. Frequent flier miles not included.
What it Teaches:
- Names and locations of countries
- Population between locations
- Distances between locations
- Comparison of land area
- Bodies of water
- Highest point
- Time zone
Top Customer Reviews
But the best part is when the kids go to bed. Then I get to challenge my wife to Eureka, to see who can find the most countries, cities and continents as they are called out randomly by the globe. She always wins. But I'm improving, and one of these days....
My only complaint (like many of the other reviewers) is that the globe started malfunctioning after several months. In our case, the sensors must have shifted inside the globe so that instead of giving you information for the country you select, it tells you about its neighbor 2 inches to the left. But the company will replace the globe for free. I just had to ship it back to them (at my own cost, but no big deal). Many people complain about the stylus failing, but a replacement stylus is pretty cheap. If you play with it as much as we do, you can't expect it to last forever, can you?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There is a lot of information to be had from this globe, but it is so small that it is very hard to read the names of places, so when you are trying to play the game portion the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by cesteach
Very cheaply made. It happened to arrive not working so we send it back. However even if it didn't work it would have broke soon after. It's a really junky for the price pointPublished 7 months ago by Philip
Broke almost instantly. Went in the bin with the wrapping paper.Published 10 months ago by Katy girl
Did not know that I was buying a used globe for my grand daughter until I opened the box and it was shrink wrapped and nothing with it. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Catherine H.
PURCHASE WAS MADE FOR MY FIVE YEAR OLD GRANDSON, AND SO FAR HE IS ENJOYING IT. IT IS HELPING HIM TO REINFORCE HIS LEARNING AT SCHOOL.Published 15 months ago by Rosamond Simon
I had this as a kid back in 2000. As a military kid it helped loads when ever my step-dad would go TDY somewhere and when we PCS'd it was even better. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Stephanie H.