WonderMaps Product Reviews by Homeschool Moms

 

WonderMaps by Bright Ideas Press, Product Reviews

Heather Woodie at Blog She Wrote
It used to frustrate me to look for free maps only to have them be too small or too cluttered. I’ve also got a lot of outline maps from other sources. Last spring I finally invested in WonderMaps and it’s all I use now.  See more…
Amber at Classic Housewife
I had seen WonderMaps around the net for a few years; I had even come *this* close to getting it several times, but the price held me back–was it worth it? It wasn’t until I saw the program in action that I was really sold on it.   See more…
Tristan at Our Busy Homeschool
We’ve been using WonderMaps recently to print outline maps of Europe for our map drills each week.  I like being able to print just the features I want.  See more…
Valerie at The Crafty Classroom
But I will say that with over 350 maps [WonderMaps costs] about 15 ¢ map.  I think of all that time spent looking for the perfect map and wonder, “Is it worth 15 ¢ right now just to have it in my hands?” And most the time all the time I’d say yes. Yes it is. See more…
Susan at The Homeschool Village
Wonder… indeed!  I watched a little-boy face beam in wide-eyed wonder as we clicked on maps of treaties, explorers and ancient times. We carved out waterways, labeled cities of intrigue and layered present-day comparisons to battles won and lost. Last year, with little advanced notice or preparation, my son asked to participate in our regional National Geography Bee.  Now, as we explore the world of… the world through… WonderMaps, my little geography lover proclaimed, “I am SO going to win this year!” See more…
Rhonda Clark at A Dining Room Education
As with all of Bright Ideas Press computer programs, WonderMaps is easy to use and navigate, and it’s filled with more map options than you’ll need when teaching multiple children grades K-12. See more…
Jimmie Lanley from Jimmie’s Collage
I had a CD of maps that I used every now and then, but WonderMaps blows that totally out of the water because the maps, besides being so plentiful, are very customizable. Watch my quick video to see what I’m talking about.  See more…
Laura Delgado at My (re)Viewpoint
WonderMaps from Bright Ideas Press is perhaps my favorite new homeschooling product this year.  I am a self-proclaimed map junkie. Unlike the other major map offerings available to homeschoolers, WonderMaps is interactive. See more…
Doreen at Our Homeschool Ohana
It’s like a made to order map!  Would you like rivers with that map?  How about cities or physical features?  Black and white or color?  There are many features to choose from so you can make your map exactly what you need. See more…
Barb McCoy at The Curriculum Choice
WonderMaps from Bright Ideas Press is a must have product for map-loving families. It is a purchase that you make one time and then you can use it the entire length of your homeschooling years. You can print maps for each of your children with the click of a button. See more…
Julieanne at Joy in Our Journey
This is a terrific product that I really like because of its ease of use, the variations that can be made within individual maps to fit my purposes, and because of the high quality of most of the maps. See more…

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