World 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
My favorite thing about this map is that it is so compact. It takes up very little room in our “classroom”. My kids also have fun scrunching it up!
No more fighting with maps that refuse to be folded back into the small heap it once was... no more tears in the folds! Spilled something? Just wipe clean! This map is my new best friend!
This is the perfect map for me, I am always fighting with these maps to try and fold them back in the way they were, and they always end up more bulky than they were, or torn up in the folds... This map, just scrunch it up or fold it however and it's fine! Love the indestructability and the way you can just wipe clean if anything spills on it!
This is so great for small homeschool spaces. If you get tired of all the "things" on your wall this is great. You can put it away and get it out when you need it. When we look at it the kids can put it on the floor and step on it or whatever and it don't rip.
My older kids are map-obsessed, so my kindergartner was super excited to get his own map. I love that he can be rough with it without tearing it. We use it with our history curriculum (Curiosity Chronicles is the best) and pull it out sometimes just for fun, because maps are cool.