World Explorer Rug

$ 159.95

World Explorer Rug

$ 159.95
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Let the World Explorer Rug take you on a colorful journey to discover basic geography, oceans, continents and familiar creatures 

Experience the vastness of our planet with the World Explorer Rug. This brightly colored rug will surely capture your little ones imagination by providing a basic geography lesson that is perfect for playtime, circle time, and learning time.

Sizes: 4'5 x 5'10, 5'10 x 8'4 and 8'4 x 11'8 

Children will love identifying oceans, continents along with familiar creatures and icons representing different regions across the world. The colorful design aims to promote world unity while helping children learn about their surroundings in an engaging way. Put global exploration at your fingertips - get your World Explorer Rug today!

  • Enhance geography knowledge with the World Explorer Rug s brightly colored design
  • Engage children in playtime, circle time, and learning time with familiar creatures and icons from different regions
  • Promote unity through a colorful rug featuring oceans, continents, and diverse cultures 

Made by Carpets for Kids

  • Made in the USA
  • Anti-Microbial Protection, Anti Static and Anti Stain Protection
  • Meets NFPA 253, Class 1 Firecode
  • Double-stitched serged edges
  • Green Label Plus Certified
  • Assists in allergen particle control

Interesting Facts about the continents:

  1. Africa:
    • Africa is the second-largest continent in terms of both land area and population.
    • It is home to the Nile River, the longest river in the world, as well as the Sahara Desert, the largest hot desert on Earth.
    • Africa is known for its diverse wildlife, including iconic species such as lions, elephants, giraffes, and rhinoceroses.
  2. Asia:
    • Asia is the largest and most populous continent on Earth, covering about 30% of the planet s land area.
    • It is the birthplace of several major religions, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, and Confucianism.
    • Asia is incredibly diverse, featuring a wide range of landscapes, from the Himalayan mountain range to the dense rainforests of Southeast Asia.
  3. Europe:
    • Europe is the second-smallest continent in terms of land area but has a rich history and cultural heritage.
    • It is home to numerous iconic landmarks, such as the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Colosseum in Rome, and the Acropolis in Athens.
    • Europe has a high population density and is known for its technological advancements, arts, and contributions to science and philosophy.
  4. North America:
    • North America is the third-largest continent and consists of three major countries: the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
    • It is home to the world s largest freshwater lake, Lake Superior, as well as the impressive Rocky Mountains and the Grand Canyon.
    • North America is known for its cultural diversity and has been influenced by various indigenous cultures, European colonization, and immigration.
  5. South America:
    • South America is the fourth-largest continent and is known for its incredible biodiversity, including the Amazon rainforest, which is the world s largest tropical rainforest.
    • It is home to the longest mountain range, the Andes, which stretches along the western coast of the continent.
    • South America is famous for its vibrant music and dance forms, such as samba, tango, and salsa.
  6. Australia:
    • Australia is the smallest continent and is also its own country.
    • It is home to unique wildlife, including kangaroos, koalas, and the iconic Great Barrier Reef, the world s largest coral reef system.
    • Australia is known for its vast and diverse landscapes, ranging from the arid Outback to lush rainforests and beautiful beaches.
  7. Antarctica:
    • Antarctica is the southernmost continent and is mostly covered in ice, making it the coldest, driest, and windiest place on Earth.
    • It is the only continent without a native human population, although scientists and researchers visit for scientific exploration.
    • Antarctica is home to various species that have adapted to the extreme conditions, such as penguins, seals, and whales.

Delivery 3 - 7 Business Days

  • This rug ships factory direct from Georgia.
  • Ground delivery is 3 - 7 Business Days
  • We will email you the tracking number when your order ships.