Uncle Milton National Geographic Earth Tag
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- Comes with 3 safe earth target balls
- Play with friends or solo
- For ages 8 and up
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
The Earth Tag is easy to launch!
National Geographic Outdoor Explorer Toys.
Earth Tag is a unique game that combines elements of identification, nature, and the great outdoors. Just load the Earth Ball, gently pull back and let it fly! Play alone or with a friend-you’ll be amazed at how many things there are just waiting for you to “tag” and name them! With Earth Tag and other National Geographic Outdoor Explorer toys, you can embark on your journey to becoming an avid explorer of the great outdoors.
Beat the Clock
This race against time is especially fun to play along with a friend. First, make a list of 12 unbreakable objects, like rocks and trees, you see outside. Using a watch or stopwatch, set a time limit of 60, 90 or 120 seconds, When you are ready, take your National Geographic Earth Tag and begin “tagging” as many of the items on the list as possible within the time limit. The player with the highest score 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?
Earth Tag, 3 foam"Earth" balls, and Activity Field Guide.
Take aim at adventure with Earth Tag!
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I bought one of these at a local store and wound up returning it. I don't understand how this is supposed to be educational. It's essentially a poorly made sling shot. Read morePublished on June 23, 2012 by Mom to two
I actually bought this in store, after finally being able to see it and form an opinion. My kids love it! It's really sturdy. Read morePublished on June 13, 2012 by Amanda S. Michniewicz