Melissa & Doug USA Map Sound Puzzle - Wooden Puzzle With Sound Effects (40 pcs)
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- Wooden sound puzzle helps you learn about the 50 states and their capitols
- Light-activated puzzle says the name of the capitol when the piece is placed in the puzzle board
- 0.8"H x 15.8"L x 11.9"W
- Contains small parts, AAA batteries not included
- 5+ years
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As each piece is placed correctly in the puzzle board, your child will be delighted to hear the names of the states and capitals! Forty wooden pieces help develop map and memory skills. Pictures on pieces show images associated with each state. State borders shown under pieces.
From the Manufacturer
From classic wooden toys to crafts, pretend play, and games, Melissa & Doug products provide a launch pad to ignite imagination and a sense of wonder in all children so they can discover themselves, their passions, and their purpose.
Since the company’s founding more than 25 years ago, Melissa & Doug has consistently delivered innovative products that inspire open-ended thinking, encourage kids to see new possibilities, and offer Countless Ways to Play. It’s part of a bigger vision to Take Back Childhood. Because by giving children a true childhood with the space and freedom to explore their world, we give them a path to realizing their full potential!
Top customer reviews
Only reason I rated it 4 out of 5 stars and not the full 5 stars is that sometimes it announces a state/capital that isn't being worked on (if you bump puzzle, etc), so you have to wait for it to finish announcing. However, it isn't incessant, so it isn't too distracting when it occurs occasionally. Also, several of the smaller states are joined as one larger puzzle piece. It does announce every state/capital contained in the one puzzle piece, but would have been better to keep each state individual for learning, I believe.