When it comes to enriching your children’s minds, there are few activities anymore designed to keep them off of their electronic devices. Here’s a brand hoping to change that!

Elsewhere is the maker of the USA Scratch Off Map Poster meant to engage your children and serve as a family fun activity. It’s also an activity that promotes STEM geo-literacy.

Kid’s Scratch-Off Map

This colorful, graphic-filled scratch off map of the United States makes adventuring and traveling fun by letting children reveal landmarks, explore state parks, and remember every moment.

Let children track, remember, and share their adventures and travelers with an exciting and colorful scratch-off map that helps them embrace their wanderlust!

USA Scratch Off Map

Educational Landmark Cards

This state map of the USA also includes 32 cards that teach them about the places they’ve gone, locations they can visit, and other facts, figures, and notes that make them experts on travel.

The Elsewhere Scratch-Off U.S. Map helps children learn about our 50 states through 32 fun and educational learning cards, detailed map images and pictures, stickers that let them commemorate each trip, vacation, or adventure, and even a dry erase marker to let them write and draw on their map!

Build Strong Bonds and Learn Together

Elsewhere scratch-off maps make a great family-friendly gift for birthdays, holidays, Christmas, and even classrooms. The large map size lets you “scratch and explore” in your own way!

USA Scratch Off Map

Designed with tough plastic construction to keep it safer from tears and rips and coated in a silver foil overlay that kids will love to remove with every adventure, it’s the perfect gift for kids and adventurers of all ages.

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