Do you need to know who and where the Axis and Allies were? Would you like it with color coded and labeled with country names?– WonderMaps has that. Would you rather have your student color and label it? – WonderMaps can do that too. Perhaps you are studying China and want to compare the borders of the Tang and Han Dynasties – WonderMaps has you covered there as well and while you are at it, overlay China’s modern border for a comparison! The variety of maps is amazing!
Maggie has used WonderMaps extensively over the last several weeks. She can print the map she needs in black and white or color, with labels or without, and even compare current borders with historical maps. She is working through Mystery of History, Volume One right now and has been able to print maps in a postcard size to add to her timeline. She has also enjoyed being able to use the ‘modern overlay’ tab to see how modern day boundaries compare to historical boundaries.
A Teacher’s Guide tab offers suggestions for unit studies, activity ideas, and a user’s guide. There are specific maps to align with Mystery of History, Volumes One through Three and All American History Volumes One and Two. The program is extremely simple to navigate, Maggie figured it out with absolutely no instruction from me. WonderMaps is presented from a Creation standpoint which makes it an ideal mapping program for our family and the $49.95 price is very reasonable for a product you will use over and over for all of your children.
I love this quick video demonstrating the features :