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LeapFrog Tag World Map - Mapa educativo, multicolor

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  • Descubra las maravillas de nuestro mundo con esta enorme mapa interactivo de 2 caras.
  • 300 + puntos de contacto interactivos que los niños participen y que el aprendizaje sea divertido.
  • Enseña la geografía del mundo, las habilidades del mapa y los idiomas del mundo.
  • Años Edad 4-8.
  • Funciona con la etiqueta y la Lectura y Escritura Sistema LeapReader (se vende por separado).

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Altura: 26,9 cm
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Color del producto: Multi

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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nice content, but so frantic and interrupting. 29 de diciembre de 2013
Por C. Nelson - Publicado en
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This is a great idea and has a lot of interesting content. One side of the map has children from different parts of the world who will tell you what they eat for breakfast, what their music sounds like, etc. I was really excited for this feature, but found it so hyper-stimulating and frantic, in a way that really reduces how much you can actually learn. To start this feature (like almost all on this map), you tag a game button, then it screams at you to tag a sub-category, then it screams directions at you with an example "TAG ANY CHILD TO HEAR ABOUT WHAT....', After you hear the first child speak, it repeats the direction all over again, then you tag a second child, and then it repeats the direction a third time. After your choose a third child, the narrator stops the game to tell you you've done great and to choose a new game. This is more or less how all of the features on this map go. You can't continue with the same game without going through all of the initial choose a game -> choose a sub-category steps. It's not for kids who like to stick with one activity, or play kind of quietly/thoughtfully. There is a mystery country game that works like "hot/cold". You choose a country, it says you are either near or far from the mystery country. If you wait too long to make your next guess, it starts playing elevator music and eventually resets. This seems built for a kid who has a very short attention span for activities and likes products with lots of repetitive directions, rapid talking, and background music (like most LEAP products). Someone please correct me if there is a way to adjust the length of time/number of choices per round, but I cannot find a way on the desktop software.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not My Daughter's Favorite; But Still Excellent! 3 de agosto de 2015
Por AGS - Publicado en
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I am very happy with the Leap Frog Leap Reader products, and honestly believe they are among the best educational tools on the market for young kids. My daughter has nearly every single book at this point, and she has definitely learned a lot from them as she repeats facts and other information that I don't recall learning until I was in grade school. My daughter is 4.

The Interactive World Map only gets 3 stars for me, not because it doesn't work or it isn't any good, but because my daughter is not as enthralled with this one as much as some of her other ones. BUT, this is likely just a reflection of her own unique interests. For example, she LOVES the astronomy-themed one. She really enjoys it. This one, she enjoys and plays with it sometimes; but she definitely favors others over this. Now, your child might be entirely different. Personally, I like this one the best because it is a large and expansive map that has a lot of features and functionality for the child to explore. Honestly, I think that this one may be a little overwhelming for my daughter due to its size and how much there is to do. She might like it as she gets older and starts attending school and learning about basic US/World Geography.

Either way, this is an excellent product that has done exactly what it was intended to do, which is: Begin to help young kids build a working knowledge of the basics of geography. I firmly recommend this product because I am a firm believer that exposing children to this information is extremely important in helping them 'get ahead', so that when 'real' school starts, she will already be familiar with a lot of the material.

Last Note: It is a pretty big board (even folded).
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Fun Way To Learn World Geography 4 de febrero de 2012
Por Steve Taylor - Publicado en
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Leap Frog has again made learning fun. The map is two-sided and large: 35" X 20". It folds into thirds for fitting in the box and easy storage. It's very colorful and the artwork has a Disney feel to it. One side is "Countries of the World" (including oceans and seas) and has two learning games: Treasure Hunt which is a hot/cold game searching for specific countries and Map Racer where you are quizzed on your speed of map locations. Side two is called "Our World". This side has the most activities. There is a introductions to maps feature, Map Legend, Let's Explore which takes you on an adventure with Reggie and Sara, Travel Time which tells you the distance between children on the map. Kids Like Me teaches how the children say "hello" in their native language, what the kids eat for breakfast, where they live and a short song. Continents and Countries is a three level game about, you know what, and it's timed. Compass Rose sends you on a journey of discovery.

Lots of fun for the kids. My six years old loves it. Even though the games and activities are fun they are not the reason to get this map. It really is about the map itself. If you already have the Tag Pen then the small amount of money it costs to get this map is very much worth the money. My kids are home-schooled and will get years of use out of it. Highly recommended.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Six Stars! Learn World Geography the Fun and Effective Way 25 de agosto de 2013
Por Jacob and Kiki Hantla - Publicado en
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My Five Year Old is playing and learning nonstop with the LeapReader Interactive World Map. Basically, you get a two-sided map of the world. One side has just geographical borders and the games center around finding the countries. The simple map structure makes it easy to discern country locations and relationships. My daughter tends to need help with this side. The other side includes continent names and includes graphical representations of climate, topography, landmarks, and cultural distinctives. This side has many activities and games centered on teaching about the countries. The pictures allow the LeapReader pen to direct her more independently to find and understand the geography or other information being taught.

It is incredible to see how much she has learned and the passion she has developed for learning about the world. A few days ago she didn't know the difference between states, countries, and continents. Now she not only understands this but can quickly find Djibouti, Japan, Madagascar, Norway, Chile, Mexico, and more. I can't imagine a more effective way to introduce a child to basic world geography.

I highly recommend you pair this with LeapFrog LeapReader Interactive World Map, which does just as good of a job of teaching about the United States in a similar manner.

My daughter has begun augmenting her LeapFrog learning by wanting and playing with geography apps on her iPad.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Minor Mistakes 8 de mayo de 2016
Por Tamra L Nelson - Publicado en
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We lived in Okinawa for two years, and it isn't on the map. Neither is Guam. The East China Sea is called the Pacific Ocean, which is like calling the Gulf of Mexico (which is correct on the map) the Atlantic Ocean. My child has autism and is very sharp with facts. We were a little disappointed with these few errors.