Item description for The Nifty Fifty State Flags With Pens/Pencils by Paul Beatrice & Paul Rodhe...
Following last season s terrific license plate collection, here comes another "Nifty Fifty" and all across America, children will cheer for their own home state and its flag, while discovering fun facts about all the other states. The engaging and entertaining gift set features a 16-page booklet, 50 cards, a map of the USA, and a pad with colored paper so kids can design their own flag. Each of the colorful cards displays a state flag, while the opposite side has detailed information on why it looks the way it does, what some of the flag s symbols mean, and odd facts about that state. Kids will love finding out about towns with silly names (including Belchertown, Massachusetts and Bummerville, California), as well as unusual laws, cool sites to visit, and other great state stuff like its official song, dance, animal, and mineral. Many of the cards also feature entertaining family activities to try
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.75" Width: 4.25" Height: 6.75" Weight: 1.16 lbs.
Release Date May 6, 2008
Publisher Applesauce Press
ISBN 1933662999 ISBN13 9781933662992
Availability 0 units.
More About Paul Beatrice & Paul Rodhe
Paul and Paul are the writing team behind Nifty Plates and The Nifty Fifty State Flags ? they have a wonderful way of taking non-fiction, and engaging children into the process of learning.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Nifty Fifty State Flags?
Perfect family ROAD TRIIP book and kit Sep 14, 2008
This has proven to be a great companion to the other book and fact based trivia set called, The Nifty Plates of The Fifty State. We travel with both, taking this one into restaurants and other meal stops in our travels. It fits great in the glove compartment, and has become the family activity for everyone while we're waiting for our lunch or dinner. It's filled with great fact that I naturally was "never taught" in grade school.... (I wasn't listening) -- but I know 'em now!!!)