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5 x 8 Coast to Coast Rug (Multi) is rated 4.25 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by happyholidayshopper from a rug that educatesI bought this rug for our playroom. I was worried it would be too "boy" but my girls love it. It's so soft, the colors are bold and classic, and it just looks great in the room! I learned we've got some real work to do on our geography knowledge, but this rug should help us get there!
Date published: 2012-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mom of two little boys from Great, colorful rug!We love this rug. It's bright, cheerful, and goes great in a bedroom or playroom. I read the reviews about the geography not being completely accurate, well... go buy a map. I don't think the original intent of this rug was to be the center of a geography curriculum. It's a great starting point for our two-year-old to learn the basics of the United States. We'll save the lesson of the complex state lines of Maryland for school. :-) Until then, we'll enjoy this fun rug for jumping, rolling, tumbling, and general entertainment.
Date published: 2013-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by rachelkerlin from beautiful, colorful rug doubles as learning tool!!We love this rug! We bought it for our 2 year old son's new big boy room. the colorsare bright and our son already knows where North Carolina and Florida are. Thanks!
Date published: 2014-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mommy from Love this rug...when will it go on sale??Saw this gorgeous rug in store and it is even more vibrant in person! Waiting and waiting for it to go on sale!
Date published: 2012-08-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by teachermama from Can't wait to drive cross countryI love this rug. The bright colors look great in my baby boy's room and it gives him something fun to look at from his crib. The rug is soft enough to put him down to play on now and I look forward to playing with toy cars and trucks on it one day and driving them cross country.My one complaint is that we live in Maryland and because of Maryland's weird shape it is not printed very clearly on the rug. Its borders are wrong and it's actually two different colors. The other states are clear and we'll definitely be able to learn their shapes from the rug one day, but we'll have to learn about Maryland on another map.
Date published: 2012-08-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by atpmommy from Fun for a boy who loves mapsOur 5 yo son who is obsessed with maps, loves this rug. It is not totally accurate but is still a lovely plush rug.
Date published: 2014-04-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by MarineMommy from Beautiful Rug, Lots of Lint...I really love this rug. We got it to use in our new play area, and the colors are just great. They are a nice cross between "adult" and "kid." Not too bright, not too overwhelming, but still kid-friendly. I love the map.In fact, the only thing I DON'T like about this rug is the unusual amount of rug lint that this thing puts off. Every time I've vacuumed it in the past 3 weeks since we've owned it my canister is halfway-all the way full of tiny rug lint fibers. Maybe someone from Land of Nod can tell me if this is normal? Otherwise, I'm very pleased. Great fun for parents and kids.
Date published: 2014-08-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by Hiker Mom from Fun, but Super-InaccurateI so wanted to love this rug--as a teacher and mom of two kids whose dad travels a lot, it would have been perfect for us. It's bright, colorful, and fun, and a great fit for anyone looking for a whimsical rug. This map has too many inaccuracies to be useful for even a casual geography lesson though. Several states are rendered in two colors instead of just one, including Virginia, New York, Michigan, Maryland, and Florida. I can't see explaining to my kids how the Upper Peninsula, the Keys, or Long Island became their own states. The shapes of several states got pretty deformed, too. I feel for the mom in Maryland, and, as a Virginian, I noticed that we lost our Eastern Shore, and a big chunk of the western part of our state got drawn into Kentucky. Again, it's plush, colorful, and high quality, but if you're looking for a learning experience for your kids, look elsewhere.
Scientists think dinosaurs are rough and scaly, but
we actually think they're soft and wooly. Granted, our research didn't go further than this dinosaur rug. Each dino one was hand carved directly into the fibers to create a three dimensional ...