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GeoSafari® Expansion Card Set - Ages 8 and up Edition

GeoSafari® Expansion Card Set - Ages 8 and up Edition

Item #8541  | Ages 8-12
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Broaden the possibilities of your GeoSafari® Laptop to challenge more advanced students.
  • Works with GeoSafari® Laptop (EI-8545), an electronic center game with lights and sounds

  • Features lessons focusing on math, reading, science and social studies

  • Includes 126 activities on 63 double-sided cards

  • Grades 3+
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    Very disappointed...

    By HS

    from Florida

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    Comments about GeoSafari® Expansion Card Set - Ages 8 and up Edition:

    I am highly disappointed with my purchase, mostly because half of it never even arrived. I was incredibly excited when I saw that GeoSafari was still around. I remember playing with it at school as a child. I knew that the laptop, along with the expansion card pack, would be the ideal Christmas gift for my son. I purchased both the laptop and card set on Thanksgiving. I received the cards rather quickly, but the laptop didn't come with it. I waited and waited and waited. Finally, I received an email last week stating that they were sold out and discontinued. I realize that things happen, so I am not necessarily mad that I didn't get what I ordered. I just find it very inconvenient that I now have a card set that is virtually useless and must find a way to return it. It just seems like a hassle that could have been avoided with an organized record of inventory.

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