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We want to feature your map! We are excited to showcase 10 maps in our gallery that we hope will inspire and equip MapStudio users to get the most out of this web app. These maps were created with version 1.0 and we think that these winners did a great job using MapStudio to create the exact map that they wanted for their studies.

We’d love to showcase YOURS too! If you would like to submit a map to the gallery, please upload your comment and map below. We’ll let you know if we decide to showcase it in the gallery.

Here’s how to enter a map for the gallery:

Keep it relevant and practical. If you are involved in something like Classical Conversations, then create a map for the geographic regions that you are memorizing this week. If you are studying Ancient Civilizations, then make a map of Ancient Egypt or Persia to use with your students. If learning about Renaissance Italy, then by all means create a map of Italy with Florence and Milan featured prominently.

Leave a comment below with your name and email address and upload your PNG map image that you have downloaded from MapStudio Pro. Keep your image file size small at less than 400kb (hint: do not download your map larger than 150% or 2.0 zoom factor).

If we decide to use your map, it will be showcased right here! If you are not subscribed to our newsletter, you can do so to your right. And you can like and follow our Facebook page here – www.facebook.com/KnowledgeQuest. Let us know if you have any questions. Write to us at helpdesk@knowledgequestmaps.com. Or check our help page or video tutorials for the help you need. But most of all… Have fun!

13 Comments

  1. Terri
    February 4, 2014

    For example:

    Terri Johnson
    tljohnson6@msn.com

  2. Kristin Walukas
    February 25, 2014

    I made this map to show how the black death spread through Europe for my study of the middle ages at my homeschool co-op.

    • Terri
      February 25, 2014

      Wow, that is really interesting! Thanks for posting and entering the contest.

  3. Mary Burke
    February 27, 2014

    I had such fun with map studio making the exact map I needed to teach the Persian Wars. Looking forward to making many more maps!

    • Terri
      February 27, 2014

      This map is so fascinating. Nicely done! Thanks for entering the contest, Mary.

  4. Jennifer McDevitt
    March 9, 2014

    I made a map for our state history. All ready to draw in some marching armies!

  5. Dave and Suzanne Hanks
    March 10, 2014

    This is excellent! This is the Spring Migration of the Monarch Butterflies.

  6. Jodiann Fleming
    March 10, 2014

    My daughter who just turned 11 made this map for one of her MOH 2 assignments.

  7. Susanne Shultz
    March 11, 2014

    My 8 year old and 10 year old kids created this map showing the route we believe the characters Godwin and Wulf took from Essex, England to Beirut, Lebanon to rescue their cousin in the historical fiction novel, “The Brethren” by H. Rider Haggard. Great and fun app to work with!

    • Terri
      March 17, 2014

      Susanne, can you upload this map at a slightly higher resolution? 940×800 would be great! Thank you. Your kids did such a great job!

  8. Tracey Masters
    March 13, 2014

    We are working through an Ireland unit study and lapbook. We made this map using the free trial of Map Studio Pro. I wanted my six-year-old daughter to see that Ireland is a small island located northwest of Europe. Water was indicated by the blue color and land was green. Alyssa helped me create this simple map showing that Ireland is surrounded by water including the Atlantic Ocean and Irish Sea. I also wanted her to see the bordering countries and islands. The compass rose was used to asked verbal map questions using the information provided on the map. I can be reached at tlmswt2000 (at) msn (dot) com.

  9. jennifer gutierrez
    March 14, 2014

    Each year my parents take my son and his nephew on a “Grand Adventure” during summer break. My 11 year old created this map to show where they went on their first Grand Adventure in 2011. We are missing a few points because we ran out of room in South Dakota!

  10. Jeniver
    March 15, 2014

    Here is a map I created with your free version of your MapStudio. My daughter has been studying David Livingstone and this will be perfect to chart his travels on and be able to relate them to current day territories and countries. Thank you SO much!

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