Scrunch Map, a Freebie, and a Giveaway
I have received a complimentary map to review from Round World Products.
The opinions here are 100% mine!
It gives me great pleasure to be able to bring you one of my favorite classroom products especially as we approach Back to School and you all begin planning for a new year.
My classroom is a place where maps are used and created on a regular basis; there is just something about them that make my students and I happy. We create them and use for novels we are reading like The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Great Gatsby. We also use them on a daily basis in my social studies classes for bell ringer activities.
As a result of this love of maps, when I heard about Scrunch Maps, I had to find out more. Now, I hate folding maps in my car and can never get them back the way they first were in the package. Scrunch Map solves that problem.
These maps are made of a coated fabric that is tear and water resistant. What more could you ask for in a product for your classroom?
I let my seven-year-old put it away. She thought it was great fun to smoosh it into the little bag.
These maps are available in world and United States versions. Because I am so in love with this product, I created a little game to go with it.
This game is currently free on my Teachers Pay Teachers store, so be sure to stop and grab it. I used the Scrunch Map and some glass stones from the craft store.
I believe that to be productive members of society, students should have some basic knowledge of their nation, and this game helps build that knowledge.
Here is what the map looked like after one round with the girls.
Some sample cards for the game.
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Personally I have been folding my Scrunch Map to help my OCD.
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“This review is based strictly on my opinion. Others may have a different opinion or experience with the product listed above. I was provided the sample free of charge by the company or PR agency and I provided my honest opinion. No other type of compensation was received for this review.”