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
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...).
A fun and portable map that I don't have to worry about getting destroyed!
A good map for our school boxes. We have a plastic container for each child. The map can be scrunched right in, even if we lost the bag. It is a great map. The only change I would make is for it to be slightly larger, or have slightly darker words for the peninsulas or other details that we are memorizing for our Classical Conversations work.
Don’t skip out on this one!
I received this map as part of the Timberdoodle 1st Grade kit but this map can be used from 1st grade all they way through high school and even college. The map is as advertised: it can be scrunched and is tear resistant. My family prefers to keep it folded because it's easier for us to store it that way, so if you want to keep it folded, no problem! It lays out flat very easily for reading and, is detailed enough to find not only major cities but bodies of water and other landmarks. I like to fold it flat to isolate geographic areas my kiddos are studying or interested in. We pull out this map not just during geography but also during history and reading if we happen to be covering a story that is in a different country (happens often with Mosdos Lit). This map can also work for science when studying the diversity of ecosystems across the planet (where the rain forests are, for example). This map has endless uses and should be purchased if you have any hesitation. Would make an awesome, unique gift for geography/world history lovers!