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The Journal: “Rolling Out the Globes”

The Journal acknowledged the Magic Planet when it became a solution for the Charles County Public Schoolsa 26,000-student district located in La Plata, MD:

“It’s a great substitute for the ‘flat map’ of the stagnant standard-issued globe,” said Monique Wilson, director of the science center of the CCPS. The Magic Planet is also used in pre-K classes, where three-year-old pupils use the globes to learn about seasons and the solar system. “They can learn what the sun looks like,” said Wilson, “and examine it closely without getting their eyes hurt.”

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Pedestal Systems

Bigger. Brighter. The Magic Planet pedestal system is free standing and offers the choice of three globe sizes: 24” (61 cm), 30” (71 cm) and 36” (91 cm). It’s ideal for brighter locations and larger rooms. You can roll it around the school campus with ease, so it can be in the classroom for lessons or in the library for enrichment at other times. It delivers value all day every day.

Pedestal Systems

Bigger. Brighter. The Magic Planet pedestal system is free standing and offers the choice of three globe sizes: 24” (61 cm), 30” (71 cm) and 36” (91 cm). It’s ideal for brighter locations and larger rooms. You can roll it around the school campus with ease, so it can be in the classroom for lessons or in the library for enrichment at other times. It delivers value all day every day.