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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

TOS Review: WonderMaps from Bright Ideas Press

No matter what you are studying, whether history, literature, science or Bible, maps can be an incredible asset to your homeschool studies.  Maps can make the material more comprehensive and put things in perspective.  But, too often, the exact map that you need is hard to find.  You either have to scour the internet or pour over books to find just what you are looking for.  Well, WonderMaps is going to change that for you!

WonderMaps is a new product from Bright Ideas Press that is a customizable collection of over 350 different maps.  WonderMaps includes:
  • 60+ maps of the world
  • 60+ maps of the USA
  • 125 historical maps, including 25 biblical maps
  • The complete map sets from The Mystery of History vols. I–III and All American History vols. I & II
WonderMaps is designed with easy-to-use layers that allow you to enjoy great customizable features with just a click. Select:
  • historical or modern-day maps
  • outline, reference, political, or topographical maps
  • black-and-white or color maps
  • features including:  names, borders, rivers, cities, physical features
WonderMaps software requires Adobe Reader v. 9.1 or higher, which can be downloaded for free from

All of this is available as a download for the price of $49.95. You can also get the download plus a CD.  That includes just about every map and type of map you could possibly need to aid in your homeschooling.  You can choose simple outline maps or add layers with cities, topography, physical features and more.  It is a lot of fun to create maps and print them out in just minutes that exactly meet your needs.

There is a video tutorial available on the WonderMaps website so you can get an idea of exactly what you can get from this incredible product.

If you would like to read more review of this product, just click here to read other reviews by the TOS Review Crew.

I received this product for free in return for an honest review. I have not received financial reimbursement for my review of WonderMaps by Bright Ideas Press.

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