Innovative Card Game MapGoMap, Invented by 11-Year-Old, Revolutionizes Geography Education

MapGoMap Card Game

Jimmy Zhang, Inventor of MapGoMap

Jimmy Zhang, Inventor of MapGoMap

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MapGoMap has the potential to change the way we learn and understand geography and is a great example of the power of creativity and innovation in education.

MapGoMap gameplay has the potential to improve students’ spatial reasoning and critical thinking skills.”

— Dr. Gary Rybold, National Championship Debate Coach

PHILADELPHIA, PA, USA, May 4, 2023/ — In a world where technology dominates, it’s refreshing to see a young inventor create something truly innovative and groundbreaking. 11-year-old Jimmy’s creation, MapGoMap, is a fun and interactive way to learn US geography that has the potential to revolutionize how we teach and understand geography.

MapGoMap is a card game that encourages spatial reasoning and critical thinking, helping players develop important cognitive skills that will benefit them in other areas of their lives. Each map card highlights the state or region on the map as well as its neighboring states or regions, making it easy to remember state names and locations.

What’s remarkable about MapGoMap is that it was created by an 11-year-old inventor who wanted to help his little sister learn US geography in a more interactive and enjoyable way. Jimmy’s idea has since become a physical card game that has received overwhelmingly positive feedback from students who were able to easily remember all the state names and locations after playing MapGoMap.

But MapGoMap is more than just a fun game. It has the potential to change the way we learn and understand US geography. By encouraging map thinking logic, MapGoMap can help students develop a deeper understanding of geographic patterns and relationships between states. This knowledge can be applied to other subjects, such as history and social studies, and can even help students develop problem-solving skills.

MapGoMap is a versatile game that’s perfect for families, classrooms, or individual players. Its unique approach to education makes it an effective tool for anyone looking to improve their knowledge of US geography in a fun and engaging way.

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