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USA Floor Puzzle

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Sixty kid-frienly pieces make up this giant fun filled, state by state floor pozzle to learn all about the USA map.


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By Alcide Guillory III on March 10, 2010
I work as an assistant English teacher in Japan, and picked up one of these puzzles while I was visiting home. Just from reading the box, I thought it could make for something interesting to build a lesson around. Boy did I make a good bargain choice!

Firstly, lets talk about the puzzle itself. Its almost 2ft by 3ft in size, and is separated into about 65 pieces, making for large pieces (for the medium sized states) and HUGE pieces (the Texas piece is bigger than my hand and wont fit in the box unless turned properly!). The size of the pieces is one thing that I find that my students (Elementary school 3rd-6th graders) really enjoy. Shoving the desks aside and making a massive puzzle of a country really gets them going, and I usually divide the puzzle down the middle, making it a race to finish the halves. The pieces are made of durable cardboard, to survive being used as projectiles or frisbees, and the normal wear and tear that Elementary school students put things through. Not much of a choking hazard I think, because there aren't any truly small pieces, as the tinystates are joined with some others as a large piece (forming the New York, Pennsylvania, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Maryland clump.) Some could fit into a mouth though, and since they are cardboard, they can get soft enough to get someone into trouble if moistened.

It is a real puzzle, with interlocking pieces, that for the most part, follow the boarders of the states enough to give most states thier very own piece. Capitals are written and pictures of notable resources/attractions are all over each state, so its very colorful.
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By CAROL on September 18, 2013
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WE HAVE ENCLOSED IT IN A COFFEE TABLE SIZE FRAME ---- USE IT NOT ONLY AS A LEARNING TOOL FOR MY GRANDDAUGHTER --- BUT ALSO, AS A SERVING TRAY FOR DRINK, APPETIZERS, ETC. - SAVES THE TOP OF THE COFFEE TABLE ------- THE PUZZLE IS WONDEFUL BECAUSE EACH STATE HAS ITS OWN SEPARATE PIECE - EXCEPT THAT THEY PLACED ALASKA DOWN BY FLORIDA ----------- WHO KNOWS THE THINKING ABOUT THAT ONE ---- SO I JUST HAVE TO KEEP REMINDED MY GRANDDAUGHTER THAT ALASKA IS ACTUALLY IN THE NW CORNER OF THE MAP AND IS ATTACHED TO THE NW CORNER OF CANADA
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