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
We bought this four years ago and it has been well-loved. It is still in great condition! It reminds me of the Indestructibles books for kids... because it has been just that...indestructible! I love how small it scrunches down, we can fit it anywhere. Easy to pull out and use in the middle of lessons. Highly recommend!
This is great for little hands and folds up perfectly small in its carry pouch making it perfect to take it on the go. We actually use this in conjuction with the This Is How We Do It book. We read a spread and then find each of the children's locations on the map. Its a great add on learning tool.
It’s a well detailed and accurate map and my kids love it. They wear it as a cape, use it for school, a blanket during read-a-louds, scrunch it up and take it on adventures outside like a pirate map and I use it for our geography lessons! I didn’t know that maps could be so fun, but my kids really like this one.
So easy to use and take anywhere!!! Such a space saver too!
With very little ones, we don't pull this out often with a specific purpose, but the kids love being able to look at it from time to time, and I don't have to worry about it getting torn up (or being kicked around like a ball, as I imagine a globe might...).