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This fun and colorful tray puzzle features the United States map and will teach children the 50 states. State capitals and picture are also printed under the pieces. Each puzzle measures 15" x 11". Ages 3+ years

Customer Reviews

Capitals are on the puzzle board

 on September 7, 2015
By T. Kellogg
Originally I wasn’t too happy about this product because it didn’t have the capitals on the map. When I received the puzzle however I discovered that they are printed on the puzzle board. All the states have a white outline around them. Some of states make up one puzzle piece: Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont; New York, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachsetts; Pennsylvania and New Jersey; West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Washington, D.C.; and North Carolina and South Carolina. I really like this puzzle and highly recommend it.

Nice and educational puzzle

 on December 4, 2016
By Ryott
Since we moved to USA, I have looked some ways to help my four year old to learn about the local culture. This puzzle has been a very nice choice. The puzzle is well built with light wood, and has the name of all the states on the puzzle-pieces. Once you remove the pieces, you can see the names of the capitals under them.

Awesome puzzle, great detail and cute illustrations

 on March 7, 2015
By D. Ramos
Awesome puzzle, great detail and cute illustrations. As mentioned in other reviews, it is not one piece per state. But that was not a big deal to me, the purpose was to learn the names and capitals and the state locations. I rated 4 stars instead of 5 because I thought it was a wooden puzzle, but it is actually cardboard. Not flimsy cardboard, but still, the wood-grain “look” is a bit deceiving if you’re not reading the description carefully.

A great purchase.

 on May 28, 2016
By Jill Ann
My youngest grandson loves puzzles, and this was a gift. I was once a teacher, and I know that wooden puzzles hold up, and can help in teaching fine motor skills. This particular one also teaches geography. I would highly recommend this puzzle. (There are parents who can learn from it as well. It is amazing the adults who don’t know US geography. A woman came to my house one day, and as we were talking she asked where I was originally from. I told her Missouri, she asked me if it was by the ocean. I politely said no, but felt she could find this puzzle educational.😃

Fun with lots of opportunities for learning

 on March 1, 2017
By MileHighSunshine
Such a great learning tool for kids! It’s great for not only learning how to work puzzles but our grandson is having a lot of fun learning the different states. As he continues to learn, it’s nice that the state capitols are listed behind the puzzle piece so he can learn that also. We have used it to show him where different relatives live and the pictures of items from the states are really good for helping him learn about the different states and he’s only 4.

I like both for different reasons

 on December 30, 2016
By Kristine
We own this one and the Mellisa and Doug Jumbo. I like both for different reasons. This one has more pieces that are jagged and look very much like the actual geography. However, the pieces are not chunky which will make it quite challenging for little hands. My son who is a preschooler first started out with the chunky Melissa and Doug version, and once mastered really enjoys this one because again, it is challenging. I like it because of the good representation of geography and also the colorful presentation. I highly recommend

Great for kinesthetic learners!

 on September 2, 2017
By rlp
I wish the states underneath were not colored. This way it would be more challenging for the children to match states but also be easier to see which states haven’t been filled yet. I do love that it has the state capitals listed underneath though. Since the pieces are the shape of each state they are not interlocking and will move around on the board if your children bump the puzzle they will move.

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