USA Scrunch Map
Wall maps are great, unless you want access to them in another room. Portable maps are convenient, until you need to put them away and face the complex origami of the traditional map. Now you have both convenience and portability with a ScrunchMap. Is there any easier way to fold a map than to scrunch it up into a ball and stuff it in a fist-sized bag? Printed on water- and tear-resistant material, ScrunchMaps are as kid-proof as you can get. So take your ScrunchMap out to the treehouse, down to the beach, up the mountain, and across the country; this map is designed to be a workhorse.
Very detailed with gorgeous colors, ScrunchMap is portable, practical, measures 36 x 24 inches and can be used in any weather! Stuff one in your purse, backpack, desk drawer, or jacket pocket; ScrunchMap comes with its own drawstring bag.
Size: 24 x 36 inches
review by Joyful Wife Life
”Having maps on the wall isn't an option for us with the limited space we have. Paper maps are also not an option because I don't have time to fold the maps properly.”Read the Review
We use this map all the time!
My son loves driving his toys around the map. It's durable, portable, and easy to read.
I find this map crumpled up in random places often. I love how often my kids use it outside of school assignments. It is however, very useful during lessons! Quick and easy cleanup is a perk!
I ordered each kid their own. They make my kids excited to look at the map!!! Such a great tool- they also love to carry around and be ‘explorers’ when we are t using them in school time. Highly recommend. We have both the world and USA scrunch maps.
At first glance this may seem unnecessary. After all, we have a globe, and several maps on our walls - everywhere. But this is SOOOO useful because it is so portable. I often find that when we are eating lunch or dinner is when discussions of other places happens the most. To grab any other map in that setting would be cumbersome - first because we don't grab maps off the wall, we have to take the children to them, which just isn't going to happen when you are trying to get kids to eat their food, and second because maps tend to be posters that are fragile and require space to spread out - which there isn't room for when we are eating. While we could grab the globe, I think it's much easier to teach geography in 2D so that the reference points are more constant. This scrunch map allows me to share things without needing a flat surface or very much space. It takes up almost not space at all so it is easy to pack on trips or tuck away in a convenient spot for quick reference. Who knew something so simple could be so lovable!