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Herbert's 50 U.S. States 2.6

Herbert's 50 U.S. States helps students learn facts.


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  • Last Updated: Aug 3, 2010
  • License: Shareware $14.95
  • OS: Palm OS
  • Requirements: Palm OS 3.5 or higher

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Herbert's 50 U.S. States is a Home & Education software developed by Beret Applications LLC.. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Herbert's 50 U.S. States:

BS Editor: Herbert's 50 U.S. States helps students learn facts about the 50 states that make up the United States of America!

Use the state list to study information about each state such as postal code, capital, state flower, tree, and BIRD.

Whack-a-bug, where you map the state with its postal code (watch out, those bugs are out to fool you).

Tic-Tac-States, where you answer questions about the 50 states to earn squares (and, yes, this has infrared capabilities, and can interact with "Herbert's Math Time", "Herbert and the Presidents", "Words 2 Grow" and "BERET STUDY BUDDY: VOCABULARY" as well)!

School Purchases
For a volume purchase of 20 or more copies, we generate a special SD card version for your school. Some of the useful features are:

Quick and easy program installation. You do not have to HotSync each device or keep track of individual registration codes. You just have to insert the SD card and install.
Simplify keeping track of your licenses: When you need to change or upgrade a device for any reason it is easy to migrate the license from the old device to the new.
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