Giveaway: $320 geography package from Pin It! Maps

Pin It! Maps

This giveaway has ended; thanks for your interest!

A note from Jamie: I’m such a huge fan of these hands-on maps! I’ve taken to leaving one on our coffee table with the needed pins stuck in the corner of the map. Whenever I pass by later in the day, one of the kids has put the pins in the right places. It’s part of my covert learning operations plan! 😉

Welcome to this week’s giveaway–sponsored by Pin It! Maps.

From Sara of Pin It! Maps:

“Excite your children with hands-on geography fun!

Pin It! Maps are large hands-on pin maps with colorful name and national flags. The Ultimate Bundle of Pin It Maps includes 12 pin maps, 41 control maps, and 1,752 flags.

Children will learn by pinning locations on the pin map, looking at the labeled maps and then putting the labeled map away (it can be used to check work.)

Students can work at their own pace with these. It’s a fun, hands-on activity; kids love it and adults love it because children can work independently.

In the past Pin It Maps have been limited to Montessori schools because of their high cost. This is an affordable set for homeschoolers.”


“Pin It Maps are high quality and children will use them throughout their school career.

The labeled maps are easy to read and students will enjoy geography and learning about the world around them. With the USA and US history sets now available, you can teach your children world geography and US geography in a fun, exciting way.”


The prize

All the maps your children will need from elementary through high school are in this one package, valued at $320!

New this year – the United States and US History maps are included:

  • 12 — 18 x 24″ Pin Maps (USA, US History 1800s, Early America, World, North America, South America, Central America/ Caribbean, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia/ Oceania, and Land & Water Forms)
  • 5 — Foam sheets
  • 41 — 12 x 18″ Labeled Maps
  • 2 — 6 x 18″ Labeled Land & Water Map
  • Set of 1,752 flag labels, national, state, and historical flags (cut and ready to assemble)
  • Plastic flag poles and flag bases
  • Scotch tape
  • Note: This giveaway does NOT include the straight pins, which are available here from Amazon or at your local hobby store

How to Win

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To be entered for a chance to win, leave a comment on this post answering the question: How old are your kids, and what are your favorite places to learn about together?

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Note: This giveaway is NOT open internationally. Sorry international readers!

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Special Offer

Pin It! Maps is currently offering 20% off your order through Nov. 14, 2016!

Just use the discount code “home20” at check-out.

This giveaway has ended; thanks for your interest!

About Jamie Martin

Jamie is a mama to three cute kids born on three different continents. She is the co-founder and editor of Simple Homeschool, where she writes about mindful parenting, intentional education, and the joy found in a pile of books. Jamie is also the author of a handful of titles, including her newest release, Give Your Child the World.


  1. I have heard such great things about these maps. My children are 6,4,2. I love learning out on nature. My children are small but I am always amazed at how excited they are when they see a bird we haven’5 identified or they find more acorns. It keeps the wonder in all of us.

  2. My kids are 9, 7 and 2. I have never heard of these maps before, but they look wonderful! We love learning about Europe together. We have been going country by country and learning about the people and cultures of that country. It has been so much fun!

  3. I would love to purchase these maps for my family because I know we would get so much use out of them- but I can’t afford them right now. Raising kids aged: 16, 14, 12, 10, 9, 8, 6, 5, 3, 2 and 6 months. We are using Give Your Child the World in our geography/culture studies, and these maps would be the perfect addition as we study each continent!

  4. My kids are K-level, and right now we are learning all about Asia and loving it! We are reading The Story About Ping, Little Babaji, Hi, Koo!, The Empty Pot, and Tikki-Tikki-Tembo. My only regret is that I have no maps right now to make these abstract places concrete!

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  6. I have a darling dozen ages 1-16 right now. We just finished a geography unit on Africa, and we’re moving on to Asia soon. These maps would be awesome!!!!
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  7. We LOVE pin it maps!! My children are 13,12,&10. We love be learning about the world!!

  8. We are enjoying our study of Asia and trying foods from the eastern hemisphere. My girls are 10, 12 and 12 (as of today). Twin birthdays!

  9. My boys are 8 and 6. We love looking at maps that go with our other subjects or where we are going to travel. I have been looking at these maps for 2 years but the cost has just been out of reach.

  10. My kids are 17, 16, 14, 12, 11, 9, 8, 6, 5, and 3. We love to learn about Australia, the British Isles, and Hawaii and Polynesia together!
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  11. My kids are 7, 4, and 1. We love learning about different parts of the world, through history.

  12. My kids are 7, 5, and 1. We’ve just started doing world geography with Give Your Child the World. They love Egypt and any country with a rainforest so far. These maps look like a great resource. Thanks for the chance to win!

  13. Carrie Phillips says:

    My boys are 7 and 9 and right now they are really interested in western Europe.

  14. My kids are 5 1/2, 3, and 1 1/2 (plus 3mo twins!). So far we’re enjoying learning about our own country the US, Japan (where we’ve visited), the Marianas (where we’ve lived), and Scandinavia (after reading Leif the Lucky).

  15. Shared to Facebook! 😊

  16. We’re studying world geography right now, and right now we’re still in North America. I look forward to leaving our continent soon–particularly excited about studying Africa!

  17. My kiddos are six, four and seven months. So far, our favorite place to learn about has been Egypt.
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  18. I have 3 boys, ages 12, 10, and 3, and a girl who is almost 7. Right now, my kids love learning about the American West!

  19. I have children ages 4, 7, and 9yrs. We are learning about U.S. geography using Minn of the Mississippi. We have been pretty casual about geography until this year and I have been trying to do more map work, and this would be such a wonderful resource!

  20. Shared on my blog’s FB page:
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  21. Beth Olmstead says:

    My kids are soon to be 7 & 4. They love looking at our world map. We do most of our learning in our staged school area in the playroom. Otherwise we are reading on the couches and finishing thing at the dinner table. 🙂

  22. I would live to win this!

  23. My kids are 9 and 6. Currently we are learning about the Middle Ages, so they are very focused on learning about Europe.

  24. Cathy Dunlap says:

    My children are 9, 8, 6 yr twins, 5, 3, and 1. We enjoy learning about the USA and are working on studying one continent a month this year for school. I would love to win this map set!

  25. My kids, age 8, 11, 13 and 14, have enjoyed most our geography based study of Greece, but three of mine are enamored with maps of any kind!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win!!

  26. Shirley Gilchrist says:

    My grandchildren are 4 and 2. The oldest thoroughly enjoys maps and likes to find places where friends and family members live.

  27. My kids are 10 and 13 and we enjoy learning about the whole world, but my son has a particular interest in Asia. We’ve had our eyes on these maps for a while. They look like a great resource!

  28. These maps sound awesome! My kids are 6,4, &2 and love learning about the places where animals live-so pretty much anywhere! Currently we’re very interested in Madagascar! 🙂

  29. Shared on Facebook — thanks!

  30. Shared on facebook-I’m sure everyone’s glad for a post not about the election!

  31. WOW! I have one son, that is 6 years old. I am still trying to figure out how I am going to do Geography with him. I have been showing him maps of where we are and where we are going when we travel. Also just around the metro when we do errands. Pin it!Maps looks super fun.

  32. My kiddos are 13 and 10 and since they are both adopted from Korea, we love learning about the country, the language and the people. Geography and social studies is a big priority in our international, homeschooling family. I’ve poured over the Pin It Maps website recently and I so longed to get some for our school. We have our fingers tightly crossed!
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  33. Wow! Awesome maps! Our kiddos are 14 and 10. We love to explore natural history during hikes along Eastern USA. Would also love to canoe the John Smith trail on the Chesapeake bay!

  34. My children are 13, 10 and 6. On top of learning about the states and countries, we like to learn about interesting national and state parks and then visit them. We plan our drive based on what we can see along the way.

  35. Sharlene Curry says:

    Fantastic program! My kids are 5, 10, & 12 and we absolutely LOVE learning about Europe and The Caribbean. We would love to travel to all these places one day.

  36. Our kids are 7, 6, 4, and 8 months! We’ve been eyeing Pin It maps forever….love love love geography and hope my kind do too someday. We are enjoying studying early American history this year and liked learning about the first people that came to the new world.

  37. My kids are 5 and 9, and we love to learn about China.

  38. Katrina Morgan says:

    Good morning! We are blessed with 4 children: 15, 12, 11, and 9 years old. We are learning geography as well as Bible, etc, together. We have an old globe that we use, as well as printed out maps. WE are using maps more to help us. It looks like a wonderful way to learn about maps.

  39. Linsey Williams says:

    We have a 6, 5, and 1 yr old. The older kids love learning about Europe (Italy mostly) and our own country also, as we embark on road trips and hiking trips.

  40. My kids are 4 and 7. Right now, they are enjoying learning about Arizona 🙂

  41. I shared on Facebook too!

  42. Erin Allport says:

    My kids are 8, 9, and 12…my 8 year old son LOVES maps!!!! I’ve looked at these beautiful maps for more than a year but just can’t swing the cost.
    We are learning all about Africa this year ..but love learning about everywhere!!!

  43. My kids 7 and 9 years old have been asking about a set of maps just like this. They enjoy so much going through the atlas, and transporting themselves to different places, new culture, food, customes. Thank you for this opportunity and maybe the chance of getting these maps.

  44. My daughter is 2, soon to be 3 & already loves books. Her favorite place to learn is outside! She is definitely my little explorer.

  45. Sandy Anker says:

    We have five kids, but only two are still at home (two girls ages 12 and 15). We love to learn about, well, everywhere! This year our social studies curriculum is built around your book and we are loving it. 🙂 My special needs 12 year old is fascinated by maps and will fill in blank ones all day, if left to her own devices. Pin It Maps have been on my wish list since I first read about them on your blog.

  46. Katrina Morgan says:

    I shared on Facebook. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  47. Sandy Anker says:

    Shared on Facebook.

  48. I love this!! My kids would love this! My husband and I are such history/geography nerds our kids are turning out that way too! They are 10, 6, 5, and 1.

  49. My children are 9, 8, 4, and 4. We would love these maps! We enjoy learning about all cultures, all people, and all lands. It’s so much fun to learn how different people and places are around the world and its even more fun to discover the similarities!

    Thanks for the opportunity!
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  50. Our children are 6,4,3 and 19 months old. We love learning about the world around us. We have one pin it map already, but would be blessed to have more in our homeschool. We love learning about the small cities in Africa right now as we have missionaries we know there. Also, we love this map during our prayer time to pray over different country’s people. It is a great visual for our children!

  51. I shared it!

  52. We shared on Facebook too!

  53. My kids are 4,6,8, and 10. We really love to learn about Africa since I grew up there as a missionary kid.

  54. Jennifer Pletcher says:

    My kids are 10 and 12. We are pretty indiscriminate about about what places we like to learn about. They seem to love learning about whatever area is relevant to the book we are reading at the time. A map is always close at hand (and usually on our dining room table under a vinyl tablecloth) so we can look up places and trace travels.

  55. Angelina W says:

    My kids are 5, 9 & 11. We are working on Asia right now.

  56. Katie Thornton says:

    Mine is eleven and we love studying world history. Right now, we are learning the geography of South America.

  57. Brandi Dodson says:

    Love this! My kids are 15, 11, and 8. The 11 year old has special needs and is a very tactile/visual learner, so this would be perfect for him especially! We love to learn about the old American west, Australia, the Holy Lands, and one child in particular is absolutely obsessed with Finland. 🙂

  58. My kids are 10 & 7 with a baby due soon. We love learning about people groups and places that are remote because their way of life tends to be so different than ours.

  59. Cynthia I says:

    Ours are 15, 13, 10, 8, 3. We usually learn about the places where dad is leading study abroad trips. Spain, Peru and Costa Rica so far. But anywhere that comes up in our reading is fair game!

  60. Mine are 12 & 11. Our favorite is to learn about places where we travel or visit. Love seeing places we’ve read about or reading about places we’ve been.

  61. Gertrude Ezell says:

    My sons are almost 16, 10, and 10 and my kids love learning about the oceans and the African Plains, but pretty much any place with a large animal population.

  62. My children are 9 and 11. We enjoy history and geography and have loved learning about different places and cultures – some of our favorites are Japan, China, South America and Europe.

  63. Our children are 5 and 7 and we love geography here! Our boys are from Asia (China), so we love learning more about this continent, but this year we are delving into Europe. Bless you for all that you do to bring these rich resources and ideas to our inboxes.

  64. One of the most important things to me in our homeschool journey is that the world would seem small. I desire that the whole Earth would feel like home. Geography creates nearness and familiarity with those who can seem so far and so different to us. My prayer is that my kids would be globe circlers (if that’s a word at a!!), that the people of earth would be all equally valued and the places equally, loved, known and respected. So our favorite places? The whole thing! My daughter is 12 and my son is nearly 4.

  65. Jessica Kangai says:

    My son is 7. We really enjoy learning about Egypt, Ireland and Scotland. We also enjoy our local area of New England. It is fine to find where everyone we know lives on the map. We also enjoy learning about Africa since his father is originally from Zimbabwe. Thanks for this opportunity. Good luck everyone!

  66. Karen Houk Webb says:

    My children at 10, 6, 6, and 4. We used your book this summer to learn about stories throughout the whole world. Just learned about the pins/ maps. Active learning is wonderful.

  67. My kids are 15,14,11, and 7. This year we’ve been “traveling” around the world with some friends, learning about the countries and continents of the world. We love maps!

  68. My kids are 6, 4, and 2 and we are loving learning about Europe right now. We love maps!

  69. My kids are 9 and 5 years old and we love to learn about places we’ve visited or would like to visit as welll as when it comes in conversation about current events. We would absolutely love having these maps!

  70. Melodie Swope says:

    My twins are 6. We enjoy learning about different countries. So far their favorites have been Brazil and Italy. 🙂

  71. My children are 5 and 1 and we love learned about the countries where our sponsored children live!
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  72. Melissa Juvinall says:

    My kids are 8, 10, and 12. Two kids were adopted internationally, so we love learning about their first countries. And my middle child is obsessed with all geography.

  73. So awesome…just what we need!!

  74. I also shared on Facebook!
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  75. Melodie Swope says:

    Just shared on Facebook. 🙂

  76. Virginia Javurek says:

    My daughter is 13 and she loves to study geography. These maps look wonderful. What a great and engaging way to learn. Thank you for bringing them to our attention and offering them as a givaway. Best wishes.

  77. My kids are 13, 10, and 5. Right now we love learning about the geography of Europe. We’d love to learn more and then go there someday! These maps look amazing!

  78. Our kids are 9, 7, 4, and 1. We love learning about places all over the world! We just finished a study of North America and now it’s on to South America. 🙂

  79. Ken and Jaime Garas says:

    We are new to homeschooling this year, and these maps look like so much fun! Our children are 7 yo and 1 yo 🙂 Our favorite places to learn about are Greece, Italy, Norway, Sweden and Germany (to name a few!) as they are our family’s heritage! It is important to us to teach our children about our family roots across the world! <3

  80. Alice Herren says:

    My kids are 7, 5, 3, and 1. We are learning about the Middle East right now and have loved learning about Israel most recently.

  81. My kids are 12 and 8. We have a lot of fun doing the Give Your Child the World Program with you this summer and learning about lots of different places. We always love learning more about Europe as their dad is 1/2 German and lived in Germany for over 30 years and we have been to Germany and Spain. Currently we are trying to keep all the countries of Africa memorized (not so easy for Mom at her age!). Love the idea of these maps are we all big geography buffs but need/want to learn more!

  82. Jennifer Morris says:

    I’ve got three kids: 9, 7, and 5. Our favorite place to learn about is America, but also China!

  83. My boys are 6 and 8 and they love learning about just about any country when set further back in history! We are studying about early American history right now and these maps would be great for showing the progression of early colonization and the expansion west.

  84. My son is 10 and we are currently learning about WWII and pre-cold war Europe. He loves history and adding in geography is a natural fit. To have a dedicated geography program would be amazing!

  85. Jodi Collins says:

    My kiddos are 5 and 8 and love love love learning about maps and countries! Some of their favorites are Africa and England-they have asked for a field trip to Africa! 🙂 My five year old loves studying the Revolutionary and Civil War time periods in US history. He loves to look at maps of all the battle sites. We also love keeping track of places we have been and Daddy’s work travel as well.

  86. My kids are 10 & 13. We’ve been traveling and studying about U.S. Civil War sites this year as well as current event around the world. Thanks for this opportunity. 🙂

  87. My children are 7, 10,13,15. We have enjoyed using he map fand on Voide of the Martyrs and missionary stories and onlearn about the world. Would love a hands on geography program. 🙂

  88. My kids are 8 & 6. Right now they are enjoying learning about Europe because we were just there on vacation 🙂

  89. My kids are 7 and 10. My son (10) enjoys learning about Europe (especially re: the world wars), my daughter is learning about Japan (where I lived for several years), and we all are learning more about the United States. These maps look fantastic!

  90. Noelle Brandaw says:

    My children are 4 and 7. Recently we are enjoying learning about the British isles – yesterday we read about Saint Columba of Ireland. We would love these maps!

  91. Stacy Orefice says:

    My boys are 4 and 7. This set would pair up wonderfully with our BF history. We absolutel absolutely love maps , especially my oldest who is obsessed with Columbus !

  92. Danielle Drown says:

    My boys are 9 and 7 and we are currently learning about Europe as we have family in England and Sweden!

  93. My kids are 2 and 6. Right now we are working on Idaho geography and learning about New York (where my husband and I are from originally). Thanks for the great giveaway!

  94. Danielle Drown says:

    Shared on facebook

  95. My kids are 11, 9, 5 and 1. We love to study the US together

  96. Elizabeth says:

    My kiddos are 4 years and 5 months. We are learning Spanish and studying South America right now.

  97. My kids are 8 & 9. We are really enjoying exploring US geography, cartography and navigation. These maps would be a great addition to our studies.

  98. My HG 12 year old and I love learning … about anything and everything! Thanks for this excellent giveaway!

  99. Tammy Cordery says:

    my kids are 16 yrs old and 11 yrs old. We are learning about Africa now.

  100. Tammy Cordery says:

    I shared on facebook. thank you for a chance to win this great prize.

  101. My children are 5 and 15.
    We are currently enjoying learning about our new home state, Idaho.

  102. I love this! My kids are 9 and 7 and we love learning (and visiting!) just about anywhere. This year we’ve been learning more about our ‘new to us’ home, British Columbia and the First Nations people who live here.
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  103. I wish I could meet all of your sweet families! My boys are 10 and 6, and we are enjoying our Asia studies with Pin It and Give Your Child the World books. The whole set would be amazing!

  104. Christine says:

    My kids are 13, 11, and 9. We like to study about the places we read about (last time we dug out the atlas to learn about the lakes region of the U.K. whIle reading Swallows and Amazons)

  105. Our children are 12, 9, 8, 5, 4, 2 & 6 months. We have loved learning about where we have traveled or where family members live. Great giveaway!

  106. My kids are 11, 8, 4. And we love to learn about France and England and the Middle East together.

  107. My boys are 10, 6, and 3. We have loved learning about the U.S.A., Egypt, Austrailia, and Africa.

  108. Amy osborn says:

    My son is 9 and we just finished learning about the New England States. I would say our favorite is the United states.

  109. Emily Wilson-Nguyen says:

    This is so exciting! Our homeschool co-op is focusing on geography this year and this would be an incredible addition. This looks great!

  110. Just posted to Facebook!

  111. Teresa S. says:

    My children are 6 and 3. My son is obsessed with maps and what a great resource this will be for us. Our favorite places to learn about right now are the continents. He enjoys learning where certain types of animals leave and on which continent and in which country.
    Thank you.

  112. My wee ones are (almost) 5, 3, and (almost) 1. We’re loving learning about Australia right now, since our friends are moving there soon.

  113. 7,5,3,1 and we are currently learning about ancient Egypt. Thanks!

  114. We are a map loving family. My children, 12 and 10, learn best with hands-on resources would love to work with these maps.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  115. Our children are five, three, and one and a half. China is my son’s (the five year old) absolute favorite place to learn about right now. He is super into animals and all of his favorites live in China, which is the perfect open door to talking about anything else China related. I love the idea of using these maps for his school once he is a confident reader!

  116. My kiddos are 10,7 and 2. We are enjoying learning about Babylon lately.

  117. Erin Russo says:

    we are just starting out! my oldest is 5 (6 this sunday!!) and our youngest is 3. we love to find United States, Canada, and Mexico right now. We also love flags around the world. Thanks to your book, we started reading where our things come from too. But thats a work in progress. =)

  118. Erin Russo says:

    shared on Facebook and Pinterest

  119. I’m the homeschool mom of two, a 7th grader and a 6th grader. We’ve been discussing the U.K. recently and it’s such a rich history. We are now a month in on a subject that I thought would take us no more than a week. That’s whats so great about homeschooling and geography!

  120. Hi! My kids are 7, 5, and 1. We move often and travel a lot, so they especially love finding on maps and hearing about the places they were born and places they traveled when they were little.

  121. Jamie, thank you for this generous giveaway. The maps from Pin it! Look fantastic. My son Who is 7 loves geography and we try to get our hands on as many maps as possible. We love our globe and our large atlas, but a set of these maps would be terrific in our homeschool. We are currently studying Europe and enjoying the geography and history components as well. We’ve also been studying American history this fall and focusing on the founding fathers, the states and capitals along with patriotic songs since it’s an election year.

  122. Our children are 25,17,8, and 6. We all continue learning new things about our world daily. There is something special in every place. We want to know about the beautiful and different world we live in.

  123. My kids are 5 and 8. I’ve read wonderful things about these pin maps. They would be a great companion to “Give your Child the World” since we like to travel by reading about other places and cultures. We do enjoy learning about other distant places and these maps would be a wonderful addition.

  124. My kids are 7 & 5. They love to learn about any and everywhere – other cultures, traditions, and especially the wildlife that live in other parts of the world are fascinating to them.

  125. These look amazing!! My children are 9 and 4. We are just starting to explore the world as a family. We are starting off in Italy, and discovering more about our family heritage as we go!!

  126. My kids are 8, 6, 3, and 1. They currently love learning about places in Asia.
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  127. My kids are 7, 5, 3, and 1. We did your read around the world challenge this summer, and it was so fun, but the places that have been coming up again and again are the ones where have a connection there: Lesotho in Southern Africa, because we have a sponsor child who lives there and Brazil and Japan because we had people stay with us from those countries.

  128. We’ve been listening as a family to the Mrs. Pollifax series (a tradition in our family) and have “been” to Albania, Turkey, Switzerland, Bulgaria, China, and Thailand over the last few months. Currently 11 (“almost 12”), 9, 7, and 5.

  129. Hannah Costa says:

    My kiddos are 8, 7 and almost 1year 🙂
    We are learning about early America right now. These maps look amazing! Thanks for the giveaway!

  130. I’d love to win these maps because they would ignite a spark on a whole new level for my girls. They are very drawn to geography and learning about places we can only hope to travel to one day. These maps would be a great supplement to our Five In A Row curriculum.

  131. Tama Stull says:

    My kids are 25, 22, 17, 9 & 5. These maps are totally new to me. Wish I would have known about them sooner! We started read around the world in co-op this year and the youngers have been having an awesome time learning about other countries and cultures. Right now at home we’re focusing on the USA, with the election year the history has really been brought to life seeing then vs now, and what was intended to be. These maps would go so well with our studies 🙂

  132. Our kids are 10, 8, 6, & 2. I am just getting ready to start world tour so to speak, a continent a month letting the kids navigate the focus. Starting with Africa as it is a place I have always wanted to visit.

  133. My son is 6, and LOVES geography! We enjoy making our own maps and using US maps (from AAA), and using globes to check out the whole world! These maps would be an awesome addition to our homeschool days and to share with our homeschool co-op!

  134. Ruth Meacham says:

    Hi! My children are 8, 6, 4, 2, and 11 months. Our favorite places to learn about are mostly jungle area’s, because of all the cool animals. We like learning about the USA too. Thank you for this amazing giveaway!

  135. My kids are 13, 10 and 8. Love learning about Europe since their dad travels there quite often.

  136. My boys are 7 and 8, and they love geography. I’m pretty sure they know more than me. Just give them a map and they’ll have it memorized. The treat for me is sharing with them how people live all over the world.

  137. My kids (7, 3) and I make a trip to the pond and meadow near our home almost every day. We take our Story of the World book and a blanket, taking breaks to notice animals, the weather, forage mushrooms, tell stories. These maps look amazing. Fingers crossed 🙂

  138. What a dream come true it would be to win this giveaway! My kids are 12, 8, & 6. We love to learn about countries through maps of all different eras. Love geography!!

  139. Cool giveaway! My kids are 10, 7 and 4 and we are learning about the Former USSR right now, but we enjoy learning about Africa too.

  140. My kids are 11, 7, and 3. We are working on Europe right now, but we never miss a chance to find a country or landmark in our atlas or on the globe. Even my three year old can be heard shouting, “There’s South America!”

  141. Shared to Facebook!

  142. My children are 8,5,4,2,1 and TBA January 2017. We are learning the world with MFW ECC this year but my favs are Japan and US history. Not sure if my kiddos have a particular favorite yet. I have been eye-balling these maps for a year now! (Plus, LOVE all the big families that have commented!)

  143. Shared on FB.

  144. Becky Salter says:

    My home schoolers are ten year old twins. We’re learning about the US currently, though we venture into other lands often.

  145. Amy Peters says:

    Homeschooling girls 12 & 10 🙂 It’s sometimes hard to find things that interest both kids and we’re able to do together. History and geography are both things we all love. There really isn’t a specific place that’s our favorite but if we picked just one, it’d be the good ole US of A!

  146. Annie Frase says:

    My kids are 6, 4 and 2. We love learning about Europe. Especially France.

  147. Jill MacIsaac says:

    My son is 10 and has traveled to England and Canada many times. We love learning more about these two countries as well as the rest of the world.

  148. Our kids are 8, 6 and 4. We enjoy learning about places we will visit – next up Argentina!

  149. Barbara Allyn says:

    My kids are 8, 5, & 5. They love learning about History and Geography!

  150. Barbara Allyn says:

    Shared giveaway and Pin it Maps

  151. Sarah Bishop says:

    Hello! My children are 9, 8, 6, 4, 3, and 16 months and we love Geography! We are using Give Your Child The World for our studies, but I am missing a good map study tool. These Pin it Map would be awesome!

  152. Paige Shappley says:

    I have one daughter who is 7 and another daughter 20, who is in college 4 states away from us. So one of our favorite places to learn about together is the state where our sister/daughter goes to college! We also just love learning about anywhere she, or any loved one, is travelling to. We LOVE geography!

  153. Oh, I’ve had my eye on these! My homeschooling kiddos are 5, 9, and 11 and we are currently studying U.S. Geography and American History, but I’m looking forward to studying world geography next year as a family. Our favorite place to learn about together is any place tied to our literature studies! ♥
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  154. Our kids are 14 and 9 (almost 10). We LOVE maps! We are currently learning about England, Scotland, Ireland, and Germany as we explore our genealogy.

  155. My girls are 7 & 4! They love learning about anything and everything.

  156. This would be so perfect for us now in our new school room! My kids favorite subjects are history and Geography, what a blessing and Christmas gift this would be! Thank you for the opportunity!

  157. My kids are 6 & 8 and we love learning about the U.S. but really they enjoy whatever we’re studying at the time (right now it’s china, Japan, Korea).

  158. My son is 5 and we study a different country each month. This month we are learning about Turkey; last month we studied Cote d’Ivoire.

  159. My kids are 5, 3, and 2 and already love maps just as I do!!! We don’t have one specific place we love learning about, just any new information is always interesting!

  160. Charlene Burgos says:

    My kids ages are 6,7 and 11. We are currently learning about Africa using the “Give Your Child the World” book and we’re loving it. My daughter in particularly loves Africa and hopes to be able to go on a mission trip there one day.

  161. Amanda Gregg says:

    I have been eyeing these maps for a while! My girls are 6.5 and 4 and we love learning wherever we are – the beach, the mountains, museums, farms. Right now my eldest is very interested in space and my youngest wants to read about Cowboys.

  162. My girl is five going to be six, we love to learn at varies locations such as state parks, zoo or science museums.

  163. Tosha Arnout says:

    My kids are 9, 7, 4 and 7 months. My 9 year old likes learning about Scotland and my 4 year old loves Iceland. He has a globe that he can touch a country and it will place the country’s anthem. My 7 year old loves learning about animals and their habitats and my baby loves his mama!

  164. Lisa Smith says:

    I’ve bee wanting to dig into maps with my kids but haven’t know where to start! My kids are 12, 10, 7, 4, and 1. 🙂

  165. Paige Shappley says:

    I shared!!

  166. Ben Seifried says:

    My son is 8 and we love learning about China because we lived there for 2 years.

  167. Christine Chittenden says:

    My kiddos are 8, 7, 4, and 1! I have a degree in geography and we love learning about the orientation, as we have some friends living over there. I’ve had my eye on pin it maps and would be delighted to win this set.

  168. Michelle Olsen says:

    Hello! My kids are 9, 8, and 5. Our favorite places to learn about are ones we can drive to. Living in the middle of our country gives us the great opportunity to go North, South, East, or West equally.

  169. My kids are 10 & 3, and we love learning about the whole earth! Geography is one of my oldest’s favorite subjects. 🙂

  170. Heather Hamilton says:

    My kids are 5, 3, and 1. We love learning about places close to us (we are still learning differentiate between a city and a state!)

  171. Shared on FB!

  172. Ben Seifried says:

    Shared on FB too!

  173. Heather Hamilton says:

    I shared on Facebook!

  174. Jamie Lorenz says:

    My kids are 7, 6, 4, and 9 months. We love learning about everywhere, actually! This year we’re studying US history and next year we’ll be learning world geography. We’d love to win these!!!

  175. My kids are 10, 9 and 1. We loved studying American geography together and their dad plays a find the country on the map game with them. These maps look like they would be a great fit for our family. I love your stealth approach, Jamie. I can see it working around here!
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  176. My kids are 10, 9, almost 8, 6, almost 5, 3, 1, and one on the way in February. We love to learn about the whole world and would love to win these maps!

  177. Erinn Shales says:

    My kids are 14, 12, 9, 7, 4, 2, and 4 mos. We like to learn about all different places around the world and in the States, especially through historical fiction and missionary stories. Thank you!

  178. My children are 4 and 7–we love learning about the United States and we especially love maps!

  179. Mine are 10 & 13. We love learning about the whole world. Seriously. (I’m a geography nut & I think I have successfully passed on the obsession to my kids; we have maps all around our home, and regularly quiz each other on geography just for fun)

  180. My kiddos are 10 and 12, we are beginning a unit on U.S Geography and love these maps!

  181. My children are 17, 14 and 12. We especially love History and also learning of our Heritage in Europe and Polynesian Islands.
    This is a great offer !

  182. My map loving kiddos would have so much fun with this. Thanks for the chance.
    Ages 7, 11, 14 and we have been having a great deal of fun really learning about details of places we love in the United States in recent weeks. Thanks!

  183. Lydia Griffin says:

    My kids are 17, 4 and 2 years old. We love learning about the National Parks.

  184. Mandy Bamford says:

    I would love win these maps! Our Co-options is currently studying geography, these would come in handy. MY kids are 8,10 and 12.

  185. My children are 5, 2 and 5 months. We already love studying maps and history and we especially enjoy studying Asia and Taiwanese history with our adopted daughter.

  186. Our kids are 21, 20, 16, 15, 12, 11, 8, and 6. We are currently sudying Europe, but Africa is also a favorite for us! We love geography, culture studies, and missions!

  187. Amy Carter says:

    My boys are 11 and 9 and since we lived in Burkina Faso, they love learning about Africa.

  188. My kids are 10, 5, and 2. Their favorite place to learn about is anywhere outside the US. I think they especially like Ireland though.

  189. NISHATH REHMAN says:

    My kids are 6, 4.5, 3 and 10 months. We are currently doing World Geography and States of America. Would love to win this giveaway.

  190. NISHATH REHMAN says:

    Commented and also SHARED:)

  191. Hi. My two are 9 and 8. We are in our first year of homeschooling and I’m loving all the ideas and products you share. I’ve never heard of these maps, but they look awesome to learn from. We are working our way through the states and places that we’ve been. It would be great to add these to our classroom. Thank you for all the great ideas. Keep them coming please.

  192. Christy Brandl says:

    These maps look awesome!!! My children are 8 years old, 6 years old and 4 months. They truly love studying all new places. We focus on different continents/part of the world each year. We would absolutely love this collection!

  193. These maps look amazing! My kids are ages 6, 4, 2, and 4 months. We have been learning about the indigenous people of America. We spent some time exploring in Arizona and visiting several National Parks learning about them. We have been dabbling in European culture also. My favorite though is learning about nature: animals, habitats, etc.

  194. My kids are 18, 12, 7, 5 & 5! We love learning about everywhere! Geography is one of our favorite subjects!

  195. Shared to Facebook!

  196. We love maps and geography! My child is 10. She loves studying Ancient Egypt, Germany, Civil War era, and anywhere else. What a wonderful giveaway!

  197. Christy Brandl says:

    I was happy to share on Facebook! 🙂

  198. Shared on Facebook

  199. Our kids are 6 and 7, and our favorite places to learn about right now are Canada (because we’re in the process of immigration), Scotland (because my sister lives there), and Afghanistan (because our refugee friends are telling us all about it!

  200. What a blessing this would be, thank you for the chance to win!

    I homeschool my 9 year old daughter. Currently we are working though, and loving, US History. She loves dreaming about all the different historical sites and monuments to visit.

  201. Hi! My kids are 11, 8, and 4. I’d have to say our favorite places to learn about include the Ancient World, Middle Ages, for my oldest – China, he is mesmerized by the culture. My middle child is still figuring out her favorite place, and the little one doesn’t have one yet.

  202. These maps look great. I would love to win! 🙂

  203. My kids are 13,12,11,10,6 & 3. We are currently reading The Singing Tree, this book hits in the heart as we have been to Hungary many times for missions and two of our kids will be there again in the spring. We love learning about Asia and Central Asia as this is the birth countries of some of our kids as well. Exploring the world is just something we all love!
    I have looked at these maps and would love a set to help us learn!

  204. Shared on FB too 🙂

  205. My children are 9 & 4. My daughter LOVES geography. She loves learning about where events in the bible happened as well as where the animals she reads about in her National Geographic magazines live. Her brother is a sponge and loves learning with his big sister! His favorite thing to learn is where the sun and moon are when we can’t see them. These hands on maps sound like they would be a fantastic learning tool for us!

  206. My kids are 14,10,8,5,2,5mo, and we love learning about exotic places and new places nearby, especially if kids live there 🙂 My 5yo claims to have been to all these places, but the rest of us still like to discover them 🙂

  207. Allison Schermer says:

    My girls are 7,5 and 2. We learning about all different cultures and countries, but especially Europe and Africa!

  208. Joelle Skender says:

    My kids are 8, 8, 5, and 2. Our favorite place to share and learn is in our little nook filled with pillows and blankets. Prefect spot to read a book! Right now we are learning about Africa, Kenya specifically. Every new place we learn aviut has become the favorite! Shared on TV.

  209. Elizabeth Hosto says:

    My boys are 8 and 11 and we love to learn anywhere about anything! Being outside and going to new places to explore is a favorite. We hope to sell the house and pack up the trailer and go on a grand adventure next year.

  210. Nancy Gruner says:

    My boys are 8,11 and 20. We like to learn about our whole world.

  211. Nancy Gruner says:

    Shared on FB

  212. My kids are 7 and 9. We love learning about places corresponding to history. Also, we love learning about the countries we’ve come from (Norway, Finland, Germany, and England). We are looking forward to learning about the United States next year.

  213. Summer McCowen says:

    Shared to Facebook!
    I have four kids ages 5, 6, 8 and 10. We have the Landform and Water map set and my kids love it, especially my son with dyslexia! Beautiful materials! Would love the complete set, would be an awesome addition to our homeschool, especially our geography class in our co-op. We are currently studying Asia!!! 🙂

    Thanks for doing this!

  214. My son is 6 and LOVES maps! We’ve been learning about our home state of Arizona and also about the National Parks in the western part of the country. We also love finding countries on the map after we’ve read about them in stories.

  215. This looks great! Thanks for the giveaway!
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  216. Kristin Roy says:

    My daughters are 9&12 – we love learning geography and these maps look amazing!!!

  217. My kids are 7, 3, and 8 mos. My oldest would love these maps! Our favorite places to learn about are Texas and the US.

  218. My children are 17, currently attending college, and 8. We are learning about the Ratification of the Constitution today along with locating the original 13 Colonies, learning their abbreviations, when they became states, the Betsy Ross Flag and a little about her history. I can’t believe how excited our son is to learn history. We were just talking about the 50 states and he was so shocked that I knew them with their abbreviations. I guess since I am an older mom, he didn’t think I would know all ‘that stuff’, as he calls it. He was never this engaged in regular school. 😀 So happy that he is loving our new way of learning.

  219. My son is 11, and our favorite places to learn about together are in our own country, the United States, so that we learn more about the great country we live in and want to explore more of! May God bless the USA on today’s Election Day!

  220. My kiddos are 9, 7 and 3 and right now we are enjoying learning about US history (and geography) as well as learning about the different places our friends and family come from and live.

  221. Maureen Wilkinson says:

    Maps make my heart skip a beat 💗 My boys are ages 9 and 10. The oldest is fascinated with China and my youngest loves England!

  222. My kids are 13, 10, 8.
    We have mostly been learning about US history but enjoy exploring the world!
    Games like 10 days in the USA help, we want to get some of the other continents too:)

  223. My littles are 11, 8, and 4 (though they are not as little anymore)! 🙁 lol. We LOVE learning about our History and then going and visiting those places. Last year, we studied all about ancient Rome and then took a “field trip” and for a week, saw everything we had studied. Then, in past years, we’ve studied about the American Revolution and then went to visit Washington’s Park where he crossed the Delaware that fateful Christmas Eve night. (Here’s my blog about it…
    We then studied the Liberty Bell and visited Philadelphia to see it and Independence Hall! SO inspiring. (more info on that part of the trip here: Then we LOVE visiting our National Parks – in particular President Grant’s MO home and Washington’s Fort Necessity this summer. Next on our list is to study Gettysburg and see that next summer and hopefully Jamestown in the next year or two. We always accompany our study with a trip – but the studying has to come first. It makes it all the more enriching!

  224. My kids are 5, 3, and one more on the way! They LOVE me showing them places on maps, especially as they relate to our state of Texas. But anytime they see a picture of an exotic location, they always want to know where in the world it is located.

  225. My boys are 8 and 5. My son has been getting especially into SOTW, so he really enjoys diving in and learning about whatever country/countries are involved in the part we are studying, and I think he would love to connect more with maps and placing it all into geographic context more.
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  226. Sorry – don’t know how that link to BLM came through….was just communicating that I posted the Give Away on my FB page. Sorry about that. Feel free to delete. 🙂

    Thanks – Katy

  227. Dave Skender says:

    The kids are 8, 8 (yes twins), 5, and 2. We’ve been going from one continent to another lately thematically but Europe is definitely the one we like most.

  228. Have 8, 11, 13, and 15.

    Enjoy geography as a whole but really enjoy Southeast Asia as they have family and friends living there.

  229. Dave Skender says:

    FB share complete.

  230. Hi! My kiddos are 11,8,5,&4 years old, and as a family we love to travel (through learning) to Africa, Australia, Europe, and to the good Ole USA. I am so excited about this giveaway because I have been eyeing “Pin-It MAPS” for some time!:)

  231. My daughter is 16 and we are studying Europe. Thanks

  232. Shared on Facebook

  233. My boys are 11 & 4 with another on the way and we love maps!

  234. I also shared on Facebook!

  235. My children are 5 and 7, they love to learn about all the continents! Specially North America and South America, where I’m from!

  236. I shared it on Facebook!

  237. My daughter is 11. We are studying U.S. History and Geography now. These maps would be wonderful for our study!

  238. My kids are 8 and 6 and we love learning mostly about Africa and Europe!

  239. My kiddos are 11, 8, 6, 4, and 1. We are really enjoying learning about ancient Egypt. These maps look wonderful!

  240. Larissa Stayer says:

    My kids are 17, 15, and 12. We are learning world geography and starting with Asia. We include books about the area, try new foods and learn about the culture and politics of each area. We learn words from each of the languages spoken in each country as well. This set would definitely make it easier for them to locate where each country is and visualize it.

  241. My kids are 10, 8 and 3. We love geography! We enjoy learning about all places so far!

  242. I have a 4 year old boy (plus a baby) who loves looking at the globe and at his map of the US. We have friends and family from sea to shining sea and in Europe, so he loves finding where everyone is located.

  243. 7, 4.9, 3, 10 months. We love France!

  244. Susan Menzmer says:

    Currently teaching our 12 year old. Favorite places to learn about are the places where famous people that we are studying about lived–like Corrie ten Boom or Martin Luther.

  245. Micayla Ray says:

    My children are ages 7 & 9. My children enjoy learning about their father’s home in England, and we are beginning to learn about Europe since my littlest has taken a yen to learn about World War I. We are homeschooling on a tight budget and appreciate the chance to win nice teaching tools. Thank you.

  246. Christine Smith says:

    My kids are 12 and 9 and we are in Classical Conversations. We like learning about all of the countries in the world, but at the moment, we are studying Europe.

  247. My daughter is four, and she is interested in China.

  248. 13,10,9,7,4 & 2–these maps look awesome!! We currently love studying Europe and the U.K. As that’s where are studies are this year! It would be so cool for them to pin all the places our history has taken us !

  249. Tara Bailey says:

    my kids are 7, 9, 11 and we love exploring everywhere!

  250. Hi! I have never entered anything to win before so if this is not how to do it correctly I apologize for my errors. My boys are 6 and 3. We have had our eye on these maps ever since Farmhouse Schoolhouse posted a review. My oldest loves to look at maps and learn about the different places my military brother goes to and he also LOVES to learn about the different flags in all the countries and states in the US. Currently we have a family emergency and had to drive to Texas from Florida. Although not great circumstances, BUT my oldest was so excited to travel the states we had been learning about and identify the states different flags. We would love these maps! Thank you for considering us!

  251. Alyssa Kat. says:

    My kiddos are NB, 2,4,6,8,10,12 & almost 14yo
    We love exploring all over the globe. Right now, we are spending a lot of time in Northern Europe, as we are studying Vikings, as well.

  252. Alyssa Kat. says:

    Shared on FB 💕

  253. Deb Pearson says:

    What a cool amazing tool! We’ve tried using PostIt flags, but it’s simply not the same. This would be a perfect addition to our use of Give Your Child the World and Truth Quest History. My kids are 12 and 16. We love learning about places we’ve never visited, which is pretty much the entire world! Other cultures and environments fascinate us. Learning history and geography is always a fresh adventure each day.

  254. My kids are 11 & 8. We are currently studying ancient times and have just begun the Americas. They are loving the ancient maps. This giveaway would be awesome! Thank you for the chance!

  255. I’ve been looking at these maps for a few months now! My kids are 5, 8 and 11. We are learning about the US right now. Thanks!

  256. Three boys at our house ages 8,6 and 4. They absolutely eat up U.S. History. Indians, Pioneers, and the Revolutionary War are their favorites. Outside of the U.S. they love to learn about all the different tribes many missionaries are serving in Central and South America. They love stories about missionary pilots and their adventures around the world.

  257. Love learning more about geography for all ages!

  258. My boys are 7 and 3 and they are both fascinated with South America!

  259. My kids are 4,4, &2! I am excited about the thought of using something like this as they grow up! It looks excellent!

  260. Sarah Hoppe says:

    Love this! My children are obsessed with maps and geography. This would be a nice Christmas gift.

  261. What a wonderful getaway! My children’s ages are 8, 6, 4, 1. My 8 and 6 yr old love geography and specifically learning about Europe right now. We have been inspired to start learning Italian as well.

  262. Our daughters are 12 and 13. Right now, we are studying about the History of North America. The USA/U.S. history/Early America and North American maps would be an wonderful complement to our studies this year, but Pin-It! Maps would also be terrific next year when we will be studying World History; it would be so helpful (and fun for them) to identify each of the places we study.

  263. My kiddos are 13 and 9. We love learning about the world, but my kids especially enjoy learning about Asia. We could do so very much with these maps. What an amazing prize.

  264. Harmony Burton says:

    My 4 sons are 9,7,5 and 4. They are just beginning to realize how big our world is and I would love to help them grasp it better with the right equipment as a homeschool mom. You can stir up lifelong interest with the right input!

  265. Aparna Chari Sundar says:

    My kids are 2 &4 and we love singing the continent song and learning about different countries with our continent boxes. These maps have always been on my wishlist and we really hope we can get them in the near future:)

  266. My kids are 8, 6, 3 and we enjoy all things social studies! This would be an amazing win! Thanks for this opportunity!

  267. My kids are 9, 6, and 3. We love to learn about Ireland.

  268. Carmen welbon says:

    My kids are 10 and 13. We love learning about the rain forests in south america and the famous landmarks in Europe:)

  269. 10, 9,6, and 2. We are moving north, so we are loving all things New England!

  270. My kids are 10 and almost 4. We’re currently studying US geography using Holling C Holling books. Next up will be an overview of the continents, just as soon as we acquire our Pin It! Maps! Thanks for this chance to win them.

  271. Shared with my friends!

  272. My kids are 5, 3, and 1. We’re enjoying learning about North America right now!

  273. Mary Loar says:

    My kids are 3,5,7&9. The older two have always had an interest in all the world but their current favorite is Europe. We would love to win this bundle!!

  274. My kids are 4.5, 7, and 9 years of age. Our favorite places to learn about: anywhere with rain forests, Europe, and Australia.

  275. My boys are 9, 4, 2, and 2 (twins). The two older ones LOVE maps and we enjoy studying as many different countries as we can!

  276. Shared on Facebook!

  277. Erin Castagna says:

    My kids are 9, 7, 4 and 2. My husband travels a lot for work so we love learning about all the different places he gets to go. Hopefully someday we’ll be able to take the kids with 🙂

  278. Jennifer H. says:

    My boys are 9 and 7 and, most recently, we enjoy learning about China, since we just befriended a family from there. 🙂

  279. vivine Aziz says:

    I have been drooling over those beautiful maps since i knew about them last year . My kids 8 and 10 are fascinated with world geography and those maps would be a perfect learning tool .

  280. vivine Aziz says:
  281. Hannah Schoen says:

    My kids are 4, 3, 1. They are still so little but we love using our globe. These maps would be so fun. My daughter’s favorite places on the map right now are Africa (we have a dear friend deployed there in Kenya right now), and Souh Korea (she was born in SK when we were stationed there). Love your blog!!! Thank you for all you do!!!

  282. Sherilyn Wiley says:

    My kids are 9, 7, and about to be born:). They have loved getting these passport packages in the mail each month telling about a different country. My son loves England and they have both loved China and Egypt.

  283. Kathryn Thomas says:

    My grandson is 9 years old and we love these maps! He especially likes geography and history. His new passion is national parks and the Junior Ranger Program.

  284. SUZANNE RYERSON says:

    My kids are 7, 9, 11, and 13 right now. We’ve been in Ancient History recently, so Greece and Rome are on the brain. These pin up maps sound great!

  285. Our girls are 5 & 7 and geography is one of our favorite subjects as homeschoolers!
    Canada and Mexico are favorites as we have family there, but they already have a growing list of places they want to visit and explore in the coming years.

  286. Katherine H says:

    My kiddos are 6 & 8 and we love learning about Europe!

  287. Jacqueline Clifford says:

    My kiddos are 9,7,6 and 1. We are studying different countries and cultures this year. Africa has been our favorite!

  288. Katherine H says:

    Shared on Facebook 🙂

  289. Jacqueline Clifford says:

    And I shared on Facebook! 😊

  290. Rebecca Brewer says:

    My girls are 6 and 4 1/2. We have lived in different countries in Latin America, so we love to learn about those countries as well as the United States. My youngest also thinks she has been to Africa, so we also love to learn about Africa. Thank you for the giveaway!

  291. My kids are 11, 9, and 5. We love reviewing what we’ve learned each day around the dinner table. Thanks for the giveaway!

  292. Hi! I’m Tiffany, and my kids are 6, 4, and 1. We love learning about the world!! It’s really difficult to pick a favorite, but we enjoy going through the book “Give Your Child the World” and learning about different cultures. Then we find them on out maps! 🙂

  293. Hi! My kids are 11, 9, 7, 5, 3, and almost 1. 3 older girls and 3 younger boys. We are enjoying learning about England right now and looking forward to moving there in 2018. 🙂

  294. Lisa Doherty says:

    I’m Lisa, and my son is 9! His favorite subject is World History. He currently enjoys learning about explorers, the discovery and birth of America, as well as art from around the world.

  295. How cool is this?! My geography loving daughter would be over the moon! I am also teaching a “Global Passport” class for our homeschool co-op in the spring and these would be great to add to the lesson – and of course we will be using several books mentioned in Give Your Child the World 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway!

  296. My kids are 12, 9, 7, 4, and 1. We have one old antique map on the wall, and we love to learn about the countries my husband travels to for work! He’s gone quite a bit, but it makes it easier on the kids when we research the places he’s visiting.

  297. I shared on Facebook, as well.

  298. Ulrike Coulliette says:

    This looke like a great set. My daughter is eleven, and I think this could be a fun way to introduce her to maps.

  299. My kids are 16, 15, 12, and 10. We love European history and world geography. My girls are quite preoccupied with Paris in particular.

  300. My girls are 8 and 3. Both of them love learning about world history and geography. They have memorized the names of every country in the world using the Geography Songs CD and book. These maps would be a great addition to our lessons!

  301. My kids are 7 and 9. They have been to 30 states already, so I’d say our favorite place to study is the next place we’re going to visit!

  302. Angela Robbins says:

    My kids are 7, 5, and 3. We have recently been learning about Europe as my husband travels there occasionally, but really we learn about whatever happens to be of interest.

  303. Jennifer V says:

    My kiddos are 7 and 5 and we are currently in our first year of Classical Conversations. We are looking at different parts of the world through our timeline and we are loving it! We are exploring things so new to us. My girls love France a lot, but their curiosity has been peaked so much this school year. I have been looking into these maps already and was hoping to set aside enough to purchase them for next cycle, but winning them would be such a blessing as well!!

  304. My kids are 7 and 5, and they are currently interested in Asia, specifically China.

  305. Jennifer V says:

    I shared your giveaway on Facebook too.

  306. Christine W says:

    My kids are 6 and 4…we most enjoy learning about Egypt (my husband and I lived there before we had kids), China (we’re in the adoption process for a child from here!), and The United States (gotta love our own backyard!).

  307. My kids are 8, 5, 3 & almost 2. We love learning about the USA but look forward to expanding as the kids get older.

  308. Hi –
    My peeps are 7 and 10. We’ve been eyeballing these maps for the past couple of months! We love learning about places all over the world (and beyond! 😉

  309. My sweet babes are 7 and 8. We love using our dining room globe to travel the world. Our current interest in Japan! Thanks so much for the opportunity.

  310. Gina Hilton says:

    My children are 9, 4.5, 2 years and a 5 month old infant. We love to learn about the world and it’s cultures. This past August we participated in a home-school Olympics and represented the country Greece. Our kids had a great time learning all about the country of Greece.

  311. I have little ones: 4, 3, 20 months and one due in January 2017. Every month we “study” a different country, reading books and looking at maps/photos/videos online. How wonderful to have a hands-on set of maps to use also! Shared on Facebook 🙂

  312. Michelle Moore says:

    My kids are 7, 3, and 2. My oldest and I love studying Geography since we completed Build Your Library’s Around the World Kindergarten last year. Now we use Jamie’s book to find new books about our favorite places. We love learning about Africa especially, and I just taught an Africa unit for our co-op.

  313. Julie Zaborac says:

    My kids are 10 and 7, and they love geography. So far, we have been studying countries and maps as we come across information in our History readings. So far, China, Japan, and the Koreas are the favorites around here.

  314. Kristie Almira says:

    My boys are 6 and 4. We enjoy teaching world geography through living books and traveling. We are currently studying Early American history, and will be visiting my sister, who lives in Williamsburg next year! We’re so excited.

  315. Julie Zaborac says:

    Shared on Facebook!

  316. Sierra postma says:

    Kiddos are 11, 10, 6, 3, and baby–they all love to learn about Europe!

  317. Kristy Scalise says:

    My little sweeties are 8 and 5 and they LOVE geography. We are currently having fun learning about Eastern Europe.

  318. Brandi Skidmore says:

    My children are 10,8,6,4,&2. We love learning about the whole world but especially the US.

  319. camille LOPEZ says:

    My kids are 15,13,11 and 8. There hasn’t been a place we haven’t enjoyed learning about. Geography has been their favorite subject to learn together, each child gravitating to different aspects of that part of the world, be it history, animals or culture. Such a blessing to learn together!

  320. Marissa W. says:

    Our kids range in age from 15-3 yrs old. Our favorite places to learn about together are the different countries within the 10/40 window in Sonlight’s Eastern Hemisphere Explorer. The countries are so unique (and different from ours here in America). There are lots of hands- on projects and exploratory learning going on to bring these countries to life.

  321. Becky Raber says:

    My children are 4, 2, and another on the way. My 4 year old is starting to ask questions about the world around him and wants to check out books about other countries from the library.

  322. Marissa W. says:

    shared giveaway on Facebook

  323. Sonia Lamont says:

    I loved watching kids working with pin maps when I was a Montessori Elementary teacher. Now I’m a homeschooling mom of two boys, ages 5 and 8, and a 1 year old girl. It would be great to have pin maps at home!

  324. Amber Broda says:

    My kids are 11, 8, and nearly 7. We are enjoying learning about Europe through living in Italy for a few years.(We do have a US address though)
    We are using your book “Give your child the world” to find amazing books to tie into the places we visit.

  325. My children are 4 and 9 years old. We are currently studying Europe, but we love to study any part of the world! Thank you for offering this giveaway. These maps looks look like great learning tools!

  326. My kids are 11, 10, and 8. The kids are all fascinated by different places–Legoland (haha!!), Brazil, and Texas. But, we all agree that learning about any new place is interesting.

  327. Michelle D. says:

    My boys are 11, 10 and 5. We love learning about places all over the world but we’re especially enjoying learning about where we live this year – Virginia. We have wanted these maps for awhile but have yet to try them!

  328. I’m a map junkie! As a kid I’d spend hours mesmerized by them, traveling through countries in my mind. And now my kids (8,7,5,3,18mo.) love them too. Pick me!!!

  329. Juli Vrotney says:

    I shared your giveaway on facebook.

  330. Kirsten Young says:

    My kids are 10 and 7. Geez, where are our favourite places to learn about? We went for Sushi yesterday after a tour of the WWII aviation museum and talked about Japan. My daughter is obsessed with Greece after reading Percy Jackson. My son is right now in his one day program studying the art and music of East Africa. I lived in Papua NEw Guinea in my 20s and we oftern venture there through my stories. We are Canadian military living in the US so we always like to look into the new and interesting places to visit here. Really, the World is our oyster! There is so very very much to explore.

  331. My girls, 4 and 8, and I love looking at maps when we come upon a new locale in our reading!

  332. These look so amazing! Kids are 12, 10, 8 and 3. I need these maps in my life!!

  333. Posted on facebook. Thanks for sharing!

  334. Christine says:

    My kids are 6 & 4 and we are just starting out. I love maps and history and so far we have enjoyed exploring the world through FIAR. I’d say we enjoy Europe & the US the most.

  335. My boys are 7 and 10 and they love learning about all different places around the world. Right now they say their favorite places to learn about are France, Italy, England and Scotland.

  336. I have never wanted to win anything more than I do this set of maps! Hi, new homeschooling momma to a 7 and 6 year old. This is our first year after a couple tumultuous years in public school. We are finally hitting a stride of sorts and I’m hoping to start incorporating more geography. We’ve had a successful mini unit on the Day of the Dead and Mexico, they loved it so much I’m hoping to incorporate more traditions from around the world as we learn geography. .sidenote: simple homeschool has been a God send my first year!

  337. Shared on Facebook!
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  338. Linda Wehner says:

    My kiddos are 13, 11, 9, and 3. The 3yo is currently OBSESSED with our USA floor puzzle. These maps would be a fun addition to all of our studies! We love learning about the countries from which our ancestors came, and right now, about other planets! 🙂

  339. Trisha caslte says:

    My little ones are 3 and 5 (5 1/2 if you ask her!), we like to pick different states and talk about them! Currently she wants to learn about Alaska and Washington!

  340. Katherine says:

    My kids are 9, 7, 4 and 2. We have LOVED learning about the US – history and geography – and Africa.

  341. Tabitha Moseley says:

    We need these maps! I know my girls, 9,7,5,3, and 6 months, would get many years of enjoyment from them.

  342. Krista Trost says:

    My kids are 11 and 9. My 9 year old is a major history/geography fan. He spends hours pouring over maps. He will stop anything he is doing if he spots a new map. I think so far, as a group, Europe would be the favorite place to explore.

  343. This would be perfect for us! Kids love maps!

  344. My kids are 17, 11 (almost 12), and 2 (honestly didn’t try to have them spaced that way, it’s what God gave us!). We are currently studying the Eastern Hemisphere and loving it!

  345. My kids are 7, 6 and 4, we travel the world and right now they are learning about Europe and Middle East, we love maps!

  346. Kids are 8 and 6, they are learning with the Story of the World and love following everything on the maps
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  347. Natasha Ohene Opare says:

    My kids are 8, 6, 3, and 3 months and we love to learn about whatever place we are reading about or see on the nature films. They like hearing mostly about exotic places like the Amazon river or the pyramids of Egypt. Anything that either has a lot of animals or a lot of exciting history attached to it is interesting to them.

  348. My kids are 8, 4, and 2. We love learning about Egypt, Greece, and Rome.

  349. My children are 9,7,6,4, and 2. One of our favorites places to learn is at the zoo!

  350. My children are 17,15,12,6&6. We enjoy learning about Africa as our two youngest were born there. These maps would be such afun way to study geography!!

  351. Evangeline says:

    Hello! We have one son and he is 15 years old. Our favorite places to learn about together are beaches along the eastern shoreline. 🙂 Thank you for offering a chance to win this wonderful geography bundle!

  352. How old are your kids, and what are your favorite places to learn about together?
    My daughter is 6 going on 19 and we love maps!!! We’re currently studying Ethiopia and Italy & are learning Italian hoping to visit there soon!!! 🙂
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  353. Hi! I have a 7 yr old and almost 4 yr old. We are currently looking at ancient Egypt, modern day africa, South America, the usa, .. basically the whole world. Thank you for the chance to win!

  354. Michelle Hart says:

    My children are 3 weeks and 6 years old. My 6 year old and I study Geography weekly with Classical Conversations. Last semester we thoroughly enjoyed studying Africa and have just begun this semester learning about Europe. I have found it just as interesting myself! We both are learning so much together!

  355. Shared on facebook!

  356. This has been on our wishlist for a long time! My kids are 15,12,9 & 6. We love learning about and visiting National Parks and monuments.

  357. Ooooooh I have been wanting this for a while!! My kids are 11, 9 and 7 and we love learning about Israel, Egypt, Europe and the US. (Depends on which kid you ask.) We just finished a book about missionaries from countries all over the world and it was the kids favorite this year so far!

  358. My kids are 7 and 3. We are studying Europe right now but they enjoy learning about the whole world. We love your book Give Your Child the World. It is such a great resource! Thank you!

  359. Shared on Facebook 🙂

  360. My kiddos are 10, 7, and almost 1. We are currently focused on European geography. What an amazing set of maps!!

  361. My kids are 7,6,4,2, and almost 6 months. We love geography and have had a lot of fun learning about US states and capitals around our kitchen table. We have a map on the wall next to our table and it generates a lot of learning and discussion around the dinner table! These Pin It maps look AMAZING! My kids would spend hours using them!

  362. Posted to Facebook!

  363. My kids are 17 and 10, and we love learning about South America together! I have been eyeing these maps for some time so I’m excited about this opportunity! I’m sharing on Facebook as well!

  364. My kids are 12, 10, and 7. We love to learn about all parts of the world. I was just looking at these maps a few days ago and would love a set!

  365. Shared on Facebook!

  366. Our kids are 9, 8, 6, 4, 2, 11 mo. We like to learn about where our compassion kids are from.
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  367. My kids are 7 and 4. We are part of a US Postcard Exchange so we are learning about the states this year. We also love learning about State and National Parks in our area.

  368. I have three 5 and under. My oldest loves history. Right now we love studying Africa & Egypt and places where our relatives live like California or Virginia.

  369. My kids are 11, 9, and 5. We are working on United States geography, and American history. I love this hands-on method for mapping and geography. We would love to have this for our homeschooling!

  370. Our kids are 17, 11, and 7. We love learning about new places . And, mama loves maps 😊

  371. Krista Vossler says:

    Thanks for the giveaway. My kids are 4 and 6. They love learning about India, China, and Mexico due to some personal connections in those countries.

  372. I have 3 at home – 14, 10, 10. with my oldest just graduated and off to college. Our history studies this year have us in Europe and the Roman empire. Favorite places to learn about are Europe.

  373. “How old are your kids, and what are your favorite places to learn about together?”

    My children are 7, 5, and 1. The older two LOVE to learn about countries, especially Asian countries. We just had a huge homeschool international night, and they choose Japan. They made homemade yukatas, made miso soup for everyone, and taught everyone their favorite Japanese words. Right now, we are studying N and S Korea, since my son found out that Taikwando is Korean.

  374. We have ages 9, 7, 3, 1, and 3 months in our house! Right now my children are loving India!

  375. My kids are 9, 6, and 4. My oldest has always been into maps/flags/information about other countries. My middle I haven’t fit in as much study on that for my younger two, so these seems like a really great way to get them all engaged with it!

  376. Alisa Peterson says:

    My kids are 7 and 11. We love to learn together reading aloud, traveling, and experiencing nature. We love geography!!

  377. Julie Hammes says:

    My son is 6 (almost 7!) and this is our first year homeschooling. We’ve been doing a study of the US which he’s loving and has been requesting we study China and Brazil! 🙂 we would so love these maps!

  378. Cassandra says:

    My kids are 5 3 and 7 mo and they love learning about the US and Australia

  379. April Sutkay says:

    My children are 5, 3 and 6 months. My oldest loves learning about places people we know live. She loves maps; this would be amazing!

  380. My kiddos ar 11, 9, 7, and 5. We love learning about the places from which our exchange students come.

  381. My kids are 5&10. We love learning about all areas. My kids take a great interest in areas filled with wildlife: rainforests to deserts.
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  382. Sarah Bailor says:

    We are thoroughly enjoying our study of Europe and the Middle Ages this year. We LOVE the Europe pin it map that we purchased this year! My kiddos are 14yo, 11yo, 9yo, 4yo,and 2yo.

  383. Heather Lewis says:

    This is the first time I’ve seen these maps but they look AMAZING!! My girls are 5yo and 1yo. We haven’t done a lot of geography yet but love to learn about our state Kentucky!

  384. These look great!!! My son is 8 and we love learning about Europe!

  385. Rachel Himes says:

    My daughters are 11, 8 and 6. We got a subscription to “Try the Word” meal packs with theme dinners from various countries. So we could study the country and culture while sampling the foods. We use a history and geography program that allows them all to study together. I would love to use an independent study resource so they can continue studying without me.

  386. My daughters are 4 and 7. They love to learn about Asia and Europe.

  387. This package looks fabulous! My kids are 8, 11, and 13 and we enjoy learning about all different places.

  388. My kiddos are 8 and 6. We love home school and the flexibility it brings us! We’re currently studying countries and cultures around the world this year, so this would be perfect for our “travels!” 🙂 Thanks!

  389. My son is only 22 months but we love books and learning. My husband was a history major and loves geography and maps and he would be thrilled to share this with our son.

  390. Howdy! My 6 year old and I love learning about our state (california), where our family lives, where we came from, and England at this time. However we are also enjoying learning about the founding fathers and japanese culture.

  391. BunnyMomRocks says:

    We love maps of the USA as we love to take road trips. Another favorite is Asia – so much diversity. We have been thinking of adding these maps to our curriculum – genius idea!

  392. My son is 10 and is loving learning about Europe right now!

  393. Our kids are 10, 7, 4, & 1 – we are currently studying Europe. My oldest adores geography and would super love these!

  394. I shared via Facebook

  395. Katherine Blankenship says:

    My three children are 12, 9, and 3. My eldest and I have been reading about and mapping Livingstone’s travels through Africa. My middle and I have been doing the same thing with Marco Polo and Europe/Asia. It’s been so interesting to learn about these places and travels! We would certainly love to have some maps to be able to put up and pin!

  396. Nancy Walters says:

    I love these maps! My kids are 12 & 15. We love the annual Mystery Class through Journey South — so much fun geography exploration! Thanks for the giveaway.

  397. Katherine Blankenship says:

    I shared on facebook!

  398. Christina says:

    My son is 5, and he has been fascinated by lighthouses for almost two years now, which has been full of opportunity to learn about places all over the world, especially learning about bodies of water.

  399. Jennifer Wartick says:

    My girls are 4,7, and 9. We enjoy learning about all the countries, but we especially enjoyed learning about the 50 US states last year. We also always enjoy cooking and eating food from other countries.

  400. My kids are 9 and 11, and we love to learn everywhere we can.

  401. Autumn Shea says:

    My kids are 6, 5, and 2.5. I just discovered PinIt Maps! We have just one set, but would LOVE to add to our collection. Right now we are enjoying learning the different biomes of the world. And my kids particularly enjoy seeing the distance from the place we are learning about to our home.

  402. Erica Scheve says:

    My kids are 14, 11, 9, 7, 4, and 2. We love learning and dreaming about Europe.

  403. My children are 11, 7, 4 and 1.5. We love learning at the kitchen table or curled up on the couch.

  404. I have been intrigued by these at curriculum fairs. My kids are 11, 7, 6, 3, and 1. We love to learn about the settings of some great living books. Right now my oldest and I are really enjoying learning about Asia while the younger crew focuses on Egypt.

  405. My kids are 10 and 6. We recently moved (way) cross country, so we’re enjoying learning about our new home.

  406. I have one son, 13, who is adopted from Korea, so we love learning about Asia together!

  407. I have two boys, five and six years old. In the summers, we help with a camp for missionary kids, and we love learning about the places where our new friends and their families are going.

  408. My kids are 3, 8, and 10. We love to learn about everywhere in the world! They are fascinated when we read great stories from various parts of the world and their history. We usually study the map while reading Story of the World and learning about people in history all over the globe. It would be great to have more maps for them to be more interactive with geography.

  409. Amanda Broton says:

    I teach an Upper Elementary ( ages 9- 12) Montessori class in Kansas City, MO. We love to study about England, Ireland, and Scotland because we are taking a trip there in March!

  410. jeni wilmot says:

    Woo boy there’s a lot of comments / people wanting to win these too!

    My kids are 3, 6 and 8. We are studying North America currently. I’ve had my eyes on these for quite some time. 😀

  411. Kira Johnson says:

    My children are 7, 5, and 2. We’ve been learning about African countries recently. I love these amazing maps, thanks for hosting the giveaway!

  412. My kids are 12, 10, 8, 6, 2. Thank you for this chance, I’ve been dreaming about these maps since the first time I saw them. We love learning about out of the ordinary travel destinations over the world!

  413. Natalie Christensen says:

    I love your maps!! I am at the tale end of my teaching, and only have 5 more years to go. It is so worth hanging in there mamas!! Keep it up !! My children are 34, 33, 31, 29, 27 &27, 25, 23, 21, 19, 15, 14, 12. I love teaching anywhere….I am a tutor for Challenge A with Classical Conversations and this is the year that the students memorize the world, label it, and are able to draw it from memory by the end of our year. I’ve looked at your maps for games for reinforcing the students memory, just haven’t been able to swing it yet.

  414. I would love to win this set for my kids ages 10, 8,7,5, and 2! We love talking about European countries especially, since we lived there for a few years:)

  415. Sheila Williams says:

    My kids are 11, 8, 5, and 1. They love learning about new places, I think South America has been their favorite so far.

  416. jeni wilmot says:

    Shared on FB!!

  417. Angela Girona says:

    My kids are 12, 13 and 14. We loved studying where we’ve been in the USA and looking up places that we’ve read about missionaries. These maps would be awesome!!!!

  418. My kids are 9, 6, and 4. Are favorite places to study are the ones we’re going to next! For example, last year we took a deep dive into studying Panama and everything about the Panama Canal. Boy was it fantastic to stand on the canal and see everything we had just studied right before our eyes!! A year later my now 4 year old still talks about it. Next up? Cambodia!!

  419. Angelique Lott says:

    My kids are 5, 3, and 1. We love learning about all kinds of places, but the favorite lately seems to be Egypt.
    These maps look amazing!

  420. Kelly Utkin says:

    Such a great giveaway that we would love to win!!! Our children are 6 and 4 years old. We love learning about all sorts of new places. Lately we have studied Alaska (where we live), Texas (because we thought about moving there), Antarctica (because I have been there) and Africa!

  421. My boys love maps. They are 9 and 7. Beside American geography, my guys love learning about Europe.

  422. Maritza RIvera says:

    What a wonderful giveaway, thank you for the chance to win this grand prize!! Our boys are 7 years old and enjoying learning about all the places we hope to see one day!!! Thank you for this opportunity!!!

  423. I have 2 children ages 3 and 7. We’ve enjoyed learning about the United States both past and present. My oldest is especially facinated with westward expansion. Thank you so much for the giveaway.

  424. My kids are 18months, 6yrs, and 8yrs. We love geography and maps! We are currently learning about North America, planning out our future road trips.

  425. My kids are 16, 14, and 12. We love to research places that their dad flies to as an international pilot 🙂

  426. My kids are 8,5,5,4, and 1. We are loving learning about Egypt recently!!

  427. Beth Anspaugh says:

    My daughters are 8, 6, 5, & 3, and we are loving our Australia learning at the moment!

  428. My kids are 19, 14, 11, and 2. We like to learn about places we are traveling to or want to travel!

  429. My sons are 13, 7, and 3. We are currently studying World History, and we like to learn what kind of homes people lived in/live in.

  430. My kids are 2, 5, 14, 14, 16, 18. We love learning about places that come up in our history stories 🙂

  431. Sarah Hunter-Smith says:

    We have an almost 6 yr old daughter and a soon to be 10 yr old son. They love to travel and especially show interest in Asia & Africa. We unschool/roadschool and educate through fieldtrips in our state and surrounding states. We can’t wait to utilize these maps!

  432. Our kids are 7, 6, 4, and 3. Right now we just look at the map and discuss areas where we have traveled.

  433. My kids are 17, 14, & 8. We probably love to learn about the good ‘ole U.S. of A. the best and then places we learn about in history.

  434. My kids are 5 and 3, and we are brand new to homeschooling! Right now they are learning about their home state (Utah) and they just love it!

  435. My kids are 10,8,3, and 18 months. We would love to do more hands on learning with our homeschool. These maps are neat!!!

  436. My children are 7, 9 and 11, and we love learning Geography together!!!

  437. Doby L Wells Jr says:

    My Kids are 13 & 16! Also have a 13yr old Autistic step-son who lives at home!
    We live studying and learning about Biblical places, and places where the people we meet are from!

  438. My children are 10, 8, 6, 5, 4, 2 and 2months. We getting back into the swing of things after having a new addition to our family and these maps would be a great help.

  439. Denise Mantei says:

    My kids still at home are 16, 15, 13, and 11. We love looking at maps to remember where we have visited and place we would like to visit. We especially love looking at place where family members live.

  440. Elaine Godfrey says:

    Our kids are 8 and 5 and they love learning all about the U.S. States, especially the 5 year-old. Thank you!!

  441. Kunthea Jairam says:

    My kids are 7, 5, 3, and 1. All boys except for the youngest. The older boys love reading fables from different countries. These maps look amazing and the kids would love playing with them!

  442. Erin Vroman says:

    My daughters are 8 & 9. Next school year will be our first as homeschoolers. The girls have always been taken by Spain and China. We are doing our best to travel North America for now.

  443. Darby McHugh says:

    Whew….. like all the above mamas, I would totally get miles out of this
    resource. I have a 14, 12, and 8 – all quite enamored with various aspects of geography – my 8 yr old, though, would use this like it was his favorite toy- the boy is obsessed with maps and flags. Thanks so much for the chance to win:)

  444. Julie Queen says:

    My girls are 11 & 8. They both enjoy learning about other countries and they especially love trying food from other cultures. Pin it maps would be a great addition to our geography lessons!

  445. My kids are 11, 9, 7, 4. We had a geography crush on Japan at the beginning of the school year. We also like looking up countries that are studied in history.

  446. My kids are 4, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 19 and as we’ve been studying the pilgrims, we’ve been enjoying learning about England and Holland. We love geography!

  447. 10,8,6


  448. My children are ages 17 down to 8. I am from Europe and we live in USA and we know people all around the world and that is what my kids love to do – look up all the different countries people that they meet are from or are currently living. We also spend quite a bit of time studying Europe since I am from there. And the new set of American History would be cool as my older ones are studying that.

  449. I have a 6 and 4 year old that LOVE geography and state at maps all the time! They would love being able to use this set to explore the world.

  450. We have four children ages 11, 8, 6, and 3. Right now we are enjoying learning about Europe and Central America! We also shared this post on Facebook!

  451. I have a 10 year old and we enjoying exploring Europe and South America.

  452. Kimberly Rollins says:

    My daughters are 11 and 16. We love virtually exploring other countries but our favorite is Italy! We are planning a trip there next summer to visit family. We can’t wait!

  453. What a fun way to learn geography! My 7 and 10 year old boys would have fun with this hands on approach. We enjoy learning about different areas of the U.S. as well as other cultures around the world.

  454. My kids are 7, 4, and 2. We love road tripping across the country together, and my 7-year-old spends hours a day with both his U.S. and world atlases. 🙂 He would be in heaven with this set!

  455. My kiddos are 11, 5, 3, and almost 1. We enjoy learning about wherever we are in the moment! We summered in Alaska, so that was our focus. We are learning about Ancient Rome, so we are really honed in on Europe. We also like to map where family live, all over the U.S.!

  456. We have 4 & 7 year old boys! We love these maps we use one at coop in geography!!

  457. Lisa Dreisigmeyer says:

    I have a 12 year old and a 5 year old. We really enjoyed learning about Egypt this year. Its the one place my 5 year old can find consistently on a map!

  458. Christie Roach says:

    My sons are 13 and 5. We love learning about Africa!

  459. My almost 8-year-old is obsessed with maps. He especially loves the US, but every country is interesting to him right now. He’d LOVE these!!

  460. Sarah Blair says:

    My daughter is 9 and loves learning geography! She is particularly interested in learning the states right now and also loves learning about Guatemala, where we have traveled several times.

  461. Kids are 13, 9, 7 and 3. We are learning about the states, just started. We are planing on visiting state parks in our home state, and learning how everything is different. Once we are done with the states, we will start on different countries.

  462. My son is 11. We are learning history about the states but we also love learning about the different countries, Africa is a favorite to learn about. This would make learning so much more fun.

  463. My kiddos are 6, 4, nearly 3 and 1. We are outdoor people and tend to do a lot of our teaching these days about nature. This past year we have spent quite a bit of time learning about the history of the national parks. Thanks for the great giveaway!!!

  464. My boys are 9 (to be 10 on Nov.16th) and 8. Both boys love maps of all types. These are so neat looking and I know the boys would have so much fun learning with them. The boys’ Godfather fuels their love of maps so they, all three, are always looking at various types of maps – anything from global to aviation.

  465. Hilary Williams says:

    Hi! We have three kids, ages 5, 23 months, and 7 months, and we love maps. My son was born in Northern Ireland, and we lived in Germany when my oldest was a toddler, so we like to look at the distance between us (now in Oregon) to Europe, but we also love India and China because my 5-year old loves tigers, and “The Jungle Book.”

  466. Hilary Williams says:

    Shared to Facebook!

  467. Amy Miller says:

    I have two middle schoolers, and we love any and all maps! Our favorite way to use maps is to compare historical maps to current political maps!

  468. Amy Miller says:

    Shared to FB!

  469. My kids are 11 and 13 and we like to learn about everything related to maps! We’ve been studying North America these past couple of weeks — USA and will be moving on to look at Canada, then Mexico.

  470. My kids are 9 and 11, we are studying world history right now and they love figuring out how it all relates in terms of geography!

  471. Phyllis Brooks says:

    Have one left at home and he is 5. We are starting with Africia. Going on a trip around the world learning the contients and oceans.

  472. Phyllis Brooks says:

    Shared on facebook. Thanks for this contest.

  473. My kiddos are 13 & 14, right now we are having fun learning about the US and how each state came about. These maps looks great!

  474. Mama Rachael says:

    This is a ton of fun! My kids are 5 yrs and 2 months. We have the goal of taking the boys to every National Park, and we talk about the parks often.

  475. Mama Rachael says:

    shared on Facebook!

  476. Amanda Bressi says:

    My kids ages are 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12 & 20. We most enjoy learning about North America.

  477. Amanda Bressi says:

    Shared. 🙂

  478. Michelle ROHL says:

    I have three graduated homeschoolers and my last two are 10 and 14. Right now we enjoy learning about Rome, Greece, and the Middle East.

  479. Chelsea Banning says:

    My kids are 12 and 9. We don’t have a favorite – they want to visit everywhere! 🙂

  480. My kids are 4 and 2. I’d love to give my preschooler and good grasp of the States.

  481. Tracy Fischbach says:

    My kids are 8 and 10. We love learning about places all over the world, especially as we travel and think about how people have come and gone from a place. Any book with a map is an instant winner. Thanks for these great posts and giveaways!

  482. I have heard so many wonderful things about Pin it! and have been researching more into it lately. I would LOVE to have the program to incorporate in our homeschooling! We have children ages 15, 9, 6, and 3 and we absolutely love to learn about the world! So far this year, we have been studying about Africa and some of the countries within and have truly enjoyed doing so. I think our favorite though, is going to be studying Asia as that is where a lot of our family is from. 🙂 Thank you for this opportunity!

  483. My school-aged children are 5, 8, and 10. They love learning about any place in the world. Winning any of the maps would be an asset to our homeschool!

  484. Ela McAdams says:

    My daughter is 9 and we love exploring maps! My husband has an old atlas and globe that we love to look at to explore the world. I’d love to get this set of maps so that my daughter can finally see a set of maps which has Russia rather than the USSR. ;->

    Our favorite areas to look at are the US and Europe. I was lucky enough to be stationed in Europe when I was in the Army and I love to tell her about it and show her where I traveled and what I saw.

    I also shared this giveaway on Facebook!

  485. I have 4 children. My oldest is 11 and she loves working with maps! My other two are 9 and 6 and they just starting to understand the concept of maps. The youngest is 2 and loves to doodle;). I am from Europe, we learn about places as we learn history and read books, on our kitchen’s wall we have big world map which is used all the time. We would love this new maps for our study thank you for the opportunity and God bless!

  486. My kids are 9, 7 and 2. I have never heard of these maps before, but they look wonderful! We love learning about Europe together. We have been going country by country and learning about the people and cultures of that country. It has been so much fun!

  487. I have a 4 year old boy and we LOVE learning about where we live and where our family and friends live around the US. We also love to learn about South Africa, because we want to visit some day.

  488. My kids are 2, 4, and 6, all girls! We like learning about all the places because my kids are still quite young and don’t know much about geography! But they really like to learn about places they’ve been!

  489. Hello, 🙂
    Our children are 12,8,6,3,and 8 months old :)) we love reading stories together. We enjoyed the read the world summer book club tremendously!!! One of our favorite places to learn about would probably be Asia or Europe and of course the US too :)) the maps look like so much fun!!! I wasn’t familiar with them until now 😀

  490. Greetings, I am a homeschool mom of 3 (13, 11, 10) who has never met a map she doesn’t love! Anytime I can work in a map to a lesson or story, I try. These maps are new to me but this product is definitely going on my ultimate wish list. It looks outstanding!

  491. I have a 7 and 10 yr old … they are quite “into” maps and I love to watch the lightbulbs turn on as the world opens up to them. These map kits look awesome!!

  492. My kids are 3, 5, 7, 9, & 10. They love to learn about different countries we hear about on the news, during sporting events (World Cup, Olympics, etc), and from nature shows.

  493. Julie Bryce says:

    I have 4 wonderful kids, ages 1, 9, 12, and 16! We are currently learning about Europe & its features! I am getting inspired to delve into some cultural differences, though, to make it all seem like a very real place!!!!

  494. We have a 7, 5, 3, and 2 (next week). We like learning about places we have been or plan to go, and places where different friends and relatives live. But most of those places are within the U.S., and I’d love to expand to a more worldwide view. These look fun!

  495. Heather Mangold says:

    I have an almost 7 year old daughter and she loves learning about the USA. She is starting to expand her interest outside of the USA and is starting to become interested in China and Europe.

  496. I have 6 & 9 year old boys. We like learning about places everywhere, really. Currently, the favorite is Southern Africa. We love geography games, like 10 days. This is such a great idea!

  497. My kids are 8 and 12. We love learning about where countries are in relation to what were studying in history. Currently WW1.

  498. My kids are 5, 11, and 16. We would love this map set! Thank you!

  499. My kids are 11, 7, & 3. They enjoy learning about places they read about, currently Egypt as we cover it in the Story of the World.

  500. Shared it on Facebook this morning!

  501. My boys are 6 & 8. We love learning about places in the stories we read!

  502. Melissa Miller says:

    My kids are 10, 8, and 5. My 10 year old LOVES maps and has really taken an interest in them this year. We love pointing out where different missionaries are from as well as other countries in our studies. This would be perfect for us!

  503. Christina says:

    what an amazing giveaway! my child is 6, and loves looking up places she or another family member has visited – personal connections! right now that means China, Toronto, and Seattle.

  504. My kids are 9 and 11. We love geography and enjoy Lee I g about all parts of the world!

  505. My Bio kids are 15 and 16 but my scout kids are 5,5,6,7,8,10,12,13, and 15 they all love to learn about different folk…perfect for World Friendship day and Ancestry badge work…

  506. Kids’ ages are 13, 11, 9, 6, and 6. We are spending time learning about China right now.

  507. Sarah Kochert says:

    My kids are 10 & 8 and we like to learn about countries other than our own.

  508. Sarah Kochert says:

    I shared on FB

  509. Kids are 7,9,10. We learn wherever we go but love visiting beautiful Bucks County, PA.

  510. I’d love to have this set to teach my kids. We homeschool and I can think of a million different ways these would be used!

  511. My boys are 6 and 9 and we have loved learning about Ancient Egypt this year! Even though we have moved onto Mesopotamia we keep finding more things about Ancient Egypt that we want to read and explore and watch!

  512. I shared on FB

  513. shared on Facebook 🙂

  514. My kids are 11, 9, 5, 3 and # 5 due in January. My kids love to learn about historical sites all over the United States.

  515. These are so cool! My kids are 9,7 and 4. We loved studying ancient geography last year (Africa and parts of Asia) and this year are having fun with Europe.

  516. Our kids are 10, 8, 6, & 4. Because we are a multi-ethnic family and have lived on 3 different continents we love maps. We look at anything from globes to road maps. I have looked at PinIt Maps before and they look fantastic!

  517. My kids are 5, 3, and 1. My 5 year old LOVES our huge map in our dining room–we love finding and spelling places together. He would love these maps!

  518. Julene Heppe says:

    My kids are 7 and 4. Our favorite place to learn about right now is Antartica. We watched a great documentary about the people who choose to live there year round as researchers and those who support the researchers, like fire fighters. Who would have thought there were firefighters in Antarctica!

  519. My kids are 11 and 9. Currently my kids love learning about locations in the U.S.A. since we are studying American history this year.

  520. My son is 10! Our favorite places to learn about are related to places we’ve been or hope to someday!

  521. Denise Crook says:

    My girls are 12 and 10 and we love learning about everywhere!

  522. My kids are 6, 4, and 5 months. My 6 yr old loves studying the flags of other countries and my 4 yr old currently likes to do our USA states map puzzle. These maps look amazing…I know both of my kids would absolutely love them (and so would I!). 😉

  523. Shared on Facebook 😊

  524. My kids are 7,5, and 2. We are reading through “Children Just Like Me” and finding the kids’ countries on the maps. They tend to like the stories they can relate to somehow and seem most intrigued by climates unlike their own. Hot and not flat are very interesting!

  525. My kids are 7&5. We love to learn about anything and everything! We recently delved into ancient China and Africa. We would love this prize!

  526. My kids are 8, 5, and 2. We love learning about EVERYWHERE, but especially Central America as we used to live there.

  527. We have heard raving reviews about your maps! We have 12, 10, 7, & 6. We are currently studying Europe, Asia, and some parts of the Americas, but we are partial to Africa because our youngest was born in Uganda.

  528. Just shared on FB as well.

  529. i have a 9 yr old and she loves hands on learning- like going to a fort, or mission, or battlefield. it helps her to see the past . She really is into the american west right now

  530. My children are 8,6,4, and 1. They like learning about China.

  531. Kids are 12,9&7. We love to explore outdoors!

  532. My kiddos are 12 & 15. We love exploring and learning just about anywhere! Japan has a special place in our hearts though because that is where my hubby is from.

  533. Barbara Worley says:

    Our kids are 6 years, 4 years, 2 years, and 4 months. They really enjoy learning about different places in America, but also the Middle East, since daddy is deployed over there for a year. They are fascinated by the spinning of the earth and time zones – why it’s a different time of day when dad calls.

  534. I have three boys 8, 7, and 5. This year we are enjoying learning about Europe and Russia as we work trough Classical Conversations Cycle 2 memory work.

  535. Shared giveaway on Facebook.

  536. My kids are 9 and 8. Right now we’re working our way through Canada with ‘Canada, My Country’ and related map books. They are loving it!

  537. I have kids aged 16, 13 and 10 (and a 20yo graduate). They are all interested in the UK, and any places they can find a personal connection. If they know someone living there, or a family member is visiting a place, they are curious.

  538. My kids are 8 and 5. We are learning about Asia right now and they are obsessed with China!

  539. Posted on FB about the maps too!

  540. Mine are 17, 15, 14, 12, 10, 8, 5 and 1!❤️❤️❤️ These maps look so amazing. I would love to own! We would use them for a hands on teaching to geography.🌎🌎🌎

  541. Shared on my Facebook!!

  542. Wow!! HOW fun! never heard of these before but our family loves studying maps and traveling! we have 6 yeae old, 3 year old, 2 year old and 4month old! currently studying US and Asia! would love to win theae!
    Sarah H’s latest post: Bring it Home: Recommended Books

  543. Our kids are 16, 14,11,5,3. London, Paris, Normandy and Berlin are currently on our learning radar as we plan a trip there with the 3 bigs.

  544. These are so cool! My kids are 6. 5, and 3 and we have really loved learning about Egypt and Ancient History this year.

  545. My kids are 8 and 2. We’ve been doing ancient history and have studied Europe, China, and India. I’m looking forward to branching out from there. Right now we just have an outdated globe that predates the breakup of the Soviet Union!

  546. My-five-year old and three-year-old both said they enjoyed learning about the United States. One of my favorite lessons we did together was on the Mississippi river. We made a boat and pretended to float down the river while watching a video that showed images along the river. We just moved on to Europe and are excited to do an overview of all the continents this year.

  547. J Anderson says:

    This is wonderful as resources can be so expensive. My 7yo homeschooler loves to trace maps out of books. Her favorite lesson has been Roman territory and their architecture. She paints their historical aqueducts. She is also very interested in Europe, Africa and the Mediterranean Sea as she is following the volcanic activity in Italy. I feel these mapping resources would increase her interests and encourage a life long love of geography and hopefully spark my 12 yos interest too!
    Will share on Facebook!

  548. Kristin Palasek says:

    My 5 and 7 year old boys love to get out the globe and see the places we are learning about in relation to where we are. We’d love to have some maps to expand our learning experience. Some of our favorites have been China since we had some exchange students stay with us, Egypt, Africa (the home to many of the animals they love), England, and our own USA. These maps look like an amazing addition to any homeschool.

  549. Melissa Tomlinson says:

    My kids are ages 6, 4, 3, and 17 months. They like to learn about anywhere. They are so young with their minds so open to anything. It is incredible to see their thirst for knowledge and I love to be able to share with them more than just our little world.

  550. My kiddos are 18, 13, 8 & 3. We are enjoying Medieval History this year and would love to studu European geography. Thanks!

  551. My kids are 5 & 4. We love learning about different places all around the world!

  552. Elizabeth R says:

    My children are 6, 4, 2, and 4 months. We’ve been studying Europe in geography and my two oldest love to hear about my trip to England (many many years ago) and look at the pictures from my trip.

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