Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Giveaway: National Geographic Maps!!



"One of the most beneficial learning tools that we keep on hand is a great collection of maps and globes. They decorate our hallways and basement, our closet doors and the stairwell walls. What a great dimension they have added to our children's hands-on education! Don't miss the opportunity to let them connect the wonders of the world with the geography of the planet."  ~Amanda Bennett

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I am so excited about this Contest!!!

In conjunction with our Northern/Southern Hemisphere special this week, National Geographic has generously donated three US/World Political Map Bundles to be used in a DNG blog giveaway.  These maps are so so beautiful and designed especially for children. From the National Geographic website:


This is a very exciting year for National Geographic Maps, as we are launching our new series of maps designed specifically for the kids. Our new graded-series of maps are the first to address the unique needs of K-12 students as they advance their understanding of our World.

Unlike other classroom poster maps, ours utilize the Winkel-Triple projection, which provides the best combination of size, shape, and distance giving the student the best visual representation of the Earth’s surface. This solves the effect seen on other maps where Greenland appears larger than South America.

Our new maps start early elementary kids off right. Our Beginner Series, grades K-3, contains an easy to read maps of the World and United States. As kids progress, so do our maps! Our Political Series, grades 4-12, has up-to-date World and U.S. maps, increasing the detail of information for the teacher and student to utilize. Finally, our Physical Series, grades 6-12, helps advancing students understand the World’s diverse landform, Oceans, and our Nation’s terrain.

To add to the fun, for purchases, National Geographic is also offering to wave shipping charges to our U.S. customers, from now until September 20, 2010!  Those outside the U.S. will receive a 10% discount!  Check out their amazing map products.  You are sure to find many things that you'll want for your homeschool.  Of special interest to DNG families, their Beginners Series bundle. Once you’ve selected the items you’d like to purchase, contact brdouthi@natgeomaps.com via email, to receive your special discount.  Orders will be shipped via USPS Media Mail in 10-14 days. Offer expires 9/20/2010.

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Now for the Contest!


To have a chance to win one of these amazing National Geographic Map Bundles, leave a comment telling us which county you dream of visiting!  Please make sure I have a way to contact you, preferably an email address.

For more chances to win, you can do any or all of the following:

  • Visit the National Geographic Maps website.  Find which cool product is a must-have for your homeschool. then come back and leave a comment telling us all about it.
  • Blog about this contest on your blog and link back to this blog contest.  Be sure to leave a separate comment with a link to your blog post.  Doing this is worth 2 entries!
  • Tweet about this contest.  Again, be sure to leave a separate comment stating your tweeted.
  • "Like" Download N Go on Facebook, leaving another comment letting us know you like us.

That's 5 ways, with a total of 6 chances, to win one of these awesome prizes!

Be sure to follow the Download N Go blog with Google Friend Connect so you won't miss the big announcement.  This contest will end at 11:59 p.m. EST on Saturday, September 4, 2010.  Three winners will be chosen by random drawing on September 9, 2010, at 12:00 noon EST. We will announce the winners here on the blog and on our Facebook page. Winners will also be notified by email, if possible.

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Please note:  Employees of TOS, including independent contractors, members of the TOS Crew and DNG Review Team, are not eligible to participate in this contest.  Please read the rules for this contest here.

191 comments:

  1. I would love to visit Kenya. During Seminary my husband met a young man named Paul who was here from Kenya attending seminary. He has since returned home and it would be a blessing to get to visit him and his family. thegranberrys@bellsouth.net

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  2. I visited the National Geographic website and I love all of their executive maps. Very pretty AND educational.

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  3. My family would love to visit Belgium. We actually would like to become missionaries there, and would love to take the kids before we go. jonandsteph@cox.net

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  4. Okay, last one! I liked you on facebook. Am I doing this right? jonandsteph@cox.net

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  5. I would love to visit Italy.

    caratemberton at yahoo dot com

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  6. I like you on Facebook.

    caratemberton at yahoo dot com

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  7. [...] from National Geographic.  The giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on Saturday, September 4, 2010. Click here for [...]

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  8. I blogged this...

    http://friendlyfrugalista.com/2010/09/01/national-geographic-maps-giveaway-the-download-n-go-blog/

    caratemberton at yahoo dot com

    Entry 1

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  9. I blogged this...

    http://friendlyfrugalista.com/2010/09/01/national-geographic-maps-giveaway-the-download-n-go-blog/

    caratemberton at yahoo dot com

    Entry 2

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  10. I tweeted this @TotallyTember.

    caratemberton at yahoo dot com

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  11. Well, as long as I'm dreaming big, I've always loved the large floor globes. National Geographic sells the limited edition Everest World Globe for only $5,490! (Hence, I'll never own one! LOL!) Since I can't afford, that, any of their other world globes would be nice! I like the Envoy world globe. :o)

    caratemberton at yahoo dot com

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  12. Our family dreams of visiting Ireland. we can trace roots there on both sides of the family and it is such pretty land.

    brite00eyes@comcast.net

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  13. I would love to visit England. On the National Geographic website I saw the destination city map of London and thought it was great.

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  14. I DREEEEEEEAM of taking my kids to ISRAEL!!! The home of our Lord! I want to walk with my kids on the stones that Jesus walked upon. (I also dream of visiting Ireland! But I want to LIVE in Israel!! ;)

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  15. I like Homeschoolblogger on Facebook! hbprivy at yahoo dot com

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  16. I would absolutely love the wall maps of the continents and any of the globes!! They would be put to great use in our homeschool!! :)
    jagriffin8799@hotmail.com

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  17. The country I dream of visiting is China. We have family that live there, and I would love to take my kids so that they could experience, not only a different culture, but also all the rich history & beauty China has to offer!!

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  18. I would love to go back to South Korea. We adopted two little girls from there and we were fortunate to travel to their country both times. It is such a beautiful place and the people are so warm and friendly. We try to incorporate Korean culture into our daily lives, but taking our girls back to their birth country for a visit is our dream. a_calkins@comcast.net

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  19. We would love to visit Norway where my mother in law (recently deceased ) was born. Living in the southern part of the United States, Norway would be an extremely intriguing place for our family to visit for many reasons. Thanks for this giveaway. Our youngest has chosen to do her country report on Norway this year for geography.

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  20. oops forgot the email.....lwood4him (over on aol)

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  21. I have always wanted to go to Australia. I would LOVE to go diving in the great barrier reefs there. My oldest son(17) says he is going to beat me there. My youngest son(4) has wanted to go with me to dive also. New Zealand wouldn't be to bad either. Maybe one day!
    twjgaj@verizon.net

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  22. I would like to visit Italy/France. I would like the world classic map. I also liked you on facebook.

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  23. Kenya, definitely Kenya. ejae421@aol.com

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  24. Space, Science, nature and history posters from National Geographic would be great at our house.

    twjgaj@verizon.net

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  25. My homeschool family loves geography. We were excited to see what all National Geographic had to offer as far as maps and globes. I was really interested in the Interactive Talking Globe. I will definetly put that on my wish list. One area we lack in is a large wall world map. How beneficial that would help in our geography lessons. Thanks so much for this opportunity!!!

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  26. I clicked the "like" button on the facebook page.
    twjgaj@verizon.net

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  27. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Download N Go, Download N Go. Download N Go said: The contest has begun!! http://fb.me/Bi6gBRTA [...]

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  28. I tweeted it. (not sure how to link the tweet) did it as athomepets.

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  29. I blogged the contest http://anetintime.blogspot.com/2010/09/national-geographic-map-giveaway.html

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  30. I'd like to visit a few different places. China, Alaska, the rest of Canada, going to Europe might be fun as well. :)

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  31. I have liked you for a while on facebook. :)

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  32. as to which product I would like own from national geographic... the Explorer Illuminated Blue Ocean Desk Globe would do the job for me quite nicely. :)

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  33. I have children that are fasinated with space and I think that this Land and Space Beginner's Telescope would be an awesome asset to add to our homeschool. That is one subject that my kids never get tired of studying...but as with all the other subjects...there is only so much you can study before having to move onto something else. Thanks for the opportunity. marie1496@yahoo.com
    http://shop.nationalgeographic.com/ngs/product/gear-%26-gadgets/telescopes-and-microscopes/land-%26-space-beginner%27s-telescope

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  34. clicked the "LIKE" button on FB also.
    marie1496@yahoo.com

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  35. I've liked you on fb for awhile, i posted this on my blog ~

    (http://called2bdifferent.blogspot.com/)

    we will be studying australia this year so the australia map from ng would be a great asset! :)

    thanks!

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  36. Okay...I hope I am posting on the right website now...I blogged about the contest on my blog...thanks a bundle DNG and NatGeo
    http://homeschoolblogger.com/marie1496/

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  37. Okie dokie...done "Tweeted" too...here's the link to that also...thanks again...marie1496@yahoo.com
    https://twitter.com/home?commit=Proceed+to+your+account

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  38. My kids and I would love to visit Germany...I think that that is an awesome country and one that my children should get to know since they are of German decent.
    marie1496@yahoo.com

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  39. My husband and I would love to take our kids to Greece and Italy since that is where our ancestors came from

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  40. I tweeted http://homeschoolblogger.com/downloadngo/?p=522

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  41. http://www.facebook.com/DownloadNGo?ref=ts&v=wall#!/profile.php?id=1061021228 I blogged

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  42. I would love the beginners and political maps for my kids... providense@aol.com

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  43. I "LIKE" you on Facebook! thegranberrys@bellsouth.net

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  44. I LOVE the Executive style maps. They are beautiful. Would love to have a few of those for our combo kitchen/school room (slowly the "school" is over-taking the kitchen table-lol) I also like the History Series of maps too.

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  45. oops forgot the email - thegranberrys@bellsouth.net

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  46. [...] the Download N Go Blog for an Awesome Giveaway!!   This is a great opportunity to get some awesome products.  For all [...]

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  47. I would LOVE to take the family to Ireland. So much to see there in the country...Great fishing, see some caves, and see how Waterford crystal is made.

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  48. My favorite maps are Shakespeare's Britain and the Migratory Birds map.

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  49. UGH!! forgot my email address..Eringofree@aol.com

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  50. Since I was a young teenager I've wanted to visit Tibet. Still do. :) Maybe someday after the kids are grown.

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  51. oops, email is emily DOT delaney AT gmail DOT com

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  52. This is my first year homeschooling so I would love the Beginners Bundle and the Political Bundle. That would be great for the kids!!! Eringofree@aol.com

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  53. I would really like to visit Australia!

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  54. I "LIKE" DNG on facebook!
    cluedn@embarqmail.com

    (oops! forgot to put my email in the above comment. Just in case, it's the same as listed here :)

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  55. I would love to travel to France with my husband.

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  56. The US/World Maps would be a wonderful addition to help with our geography studies this year. thank you for offering the give-a-way

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  57. I would love to have the Continents, Countries, and Regions collection for my school. We're doing Geography Trails this year and these maps would be a great fit!

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  58. Love anything that makes learning more visual and hands on! I could see myself learning so much as well. We absolutely love our tos planner and download to go. The dng stuff usually has so much in it, I get overwhelmed. Thanks for such wonderful resources!

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  59. I've liked you on Facebook for a little while now.

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  60. I would love to visit New Zealand! Or maybe Cat island Bahamas. Or maybe Alaska in the good ol' USA. Okay, maybe I just would love more of a world cruise rather than just one place. LOL

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  61. I have been searching for a set of maps for my 1st grader!! This would be awesome!!

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  62. You are on my 'like' list!!

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  63. I have always wanted to travel to Israel - well, really all around in the Middle East. I think the history there is fascinating.

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  64. I would love to take my children to England and Kenya!! We have been there as missionaries and my daughter always asks when she gets a turn! :)

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  65. I love the interaction globe! My kids would love it!

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  66. Checked out the Natl. Geographic website. The Interactive Talking Globe looks like it would be a good addition for us!

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  67. Where do I NOT want to go? I would love to visit Ireland/Scotland/Great Britain. This is where my ancestors came from. Would love to experience my heritage homeland with my family. I almost wish I could go back in time and visit the time period as well and actually see what made my ancestors choose to make the long trip over. We're really big on geneology and discovering our roots. So far, no famous people, but we're still digging. =)

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  68. I would love to travel to Rwanda to meet our sponsored child!

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  69. I'm a fan on FB, too.

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  70. I can't say that the Everest Globe is a must-have (since the price isn't even listed!) but it sure would be a fantastic addition to our geography lessons!

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  71. Im a fan on Face Book!

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  72. Id love to visit Austraila and hope to actually get there some day!!

    Kim@tri-arc.net

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  73. The fly and discover globe is a must have for my girls. Theyd get a kick out of traveling the globe as they are told about the countries they chose.

    Kim@tri-arc.net

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  74. I would like to visit New Zealand and also go back to Australia.

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  75. The National Parks Explorer 3D looks great. My boys are just starting school and we plan to travel in the US while they are young - especially to Nat'l Parks.

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  76. I would love, love, love to travel around the world and meet all the awesome people and learn about their way of life. I love maps and globes. If I had to choose I would first pick Israel. It is my dream trip. Next would be Ireland. To explore my roots.
    Jennifer Eggen
    jeggen5@yahoo.com

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  77. I am liking you very on FB!
    Jeggen5@yahoo.com

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  78. Would love to visit Switzerland.

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  79. We want to visit India and travel it by train and eat lots of Indian food and attend festivals.

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  80. I went to website and added a globe and a few maps of the cosmos to our homeschool wish list

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  81. Pick me, pick me!!!! We would love a world map for our trip around the world. It would tie in so great with the Expedition series from DNG.

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  82. I would LOVE to visit Iceland :) It's so intriguing and beautiful!

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  83. I follow DNG on Facebook!

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  84. There was a few cool things on the National Geographic Website - I really like the telescope, the talking planetarium and a lot of their books!

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  85. What a fun givaway!! The country I dream of visiting is Italy. I long to see the beautiful buildings and paintings in the cities, and the lovely landscape in the country.
    Leslie at thebrashers1@bellsouth.net

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  86. I would love to have a globe for our homeschool!

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  87. I like the Political Series USA / World Map Pack (Grades 4-12) because it covers everything for our family. We are studying the state with My Father's World this year and my son is a Marine and deploying, so the world maps are nice.

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  88. I love the World Classic Mural. It would be awesome to have a full wall map.

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  89. I "Like" Download N Go on Facebook

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  90. I would love to visit Israel and see the Holy Land.

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  91. We would indeed love to visit the US! We live in Spain and have long dreamt of going there as a family.

    We'll start saving for plane tickets one day... lol!

    Thanks for this wonderful giveaway!

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  92. My list of countries to visit is long, but Kenya is at the top of the list!

    sroyce at cogeco dot com

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  93. For our homeschool, it would be fun to have the Earth at Night map or the Africa map!

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  94. I would to visit Canada, especially Nova Scotia, Quebec and Montreal.

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  95. My husband, kids, & I love to travel and would love to visit many countries, but right now Spain is at the top of the list. We are hoping the Navy will send us there next, and we can see a lot of Europe while we are stationed there! :)

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  96. We are adopting a little girl from Ethiopia. So, I'm excited about getting to visit this country. We'll go get her in December. We LOVE maps here at Greater Joy Academy. Thank you for this contest. Denise Veal

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  97. I like DNG on Facebook.

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  98. We would all love to visit Canada - with its diversity of people and terrains as well a wild frontier in its Northwest Territory!

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  99. After visiting the National Geographic Maps, hands-down we vote: a floor-standing globe. There is no better way to truly absorb geographical relationships between political boundaries of countries as well as topographical features. Every time a country is discussed in current events, history studies, mission work, or adoption needs, etc. the globe can be consulted for clarification of location.

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  100. I have always wanted to visit Australia!

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  101. We love geography here - and the Interactive Talking Globe would be such a fun addition to our homeschool!

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  102. I have always dreamed of visiting Italy, where my father's parents are from.

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  103. I blogged about the contest. http://arbogastfamilyblog.blogspot.com/2010/09/enter-to-win.html

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  104. The Everest Globe sounds like it would be fantastic for our homeschool. Here's what they say about it at the Nat.'l Geo. Maps website: "Produced by our award-winning cartographers, master glassblowers, skilled woodworkers, brass engravers, and mother-of-pearl artisans, the National Geographic Everest globe is the world’s finest. Each globe is hand numbered, and includes white glove delivery and setup."

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  105. I would love to visit the Netherlands. The land of my family's heritage. The maps would be excellent source for my 5 children who are studying world countries and cultures this year!

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  106. tweeted about the contest as @ginflower :)

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  107. Following y'all on Facebook now, too!

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  108. Oh! Count me in on the map contest. Thanks! :)

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  109. I would love to visit Australia

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  110. In college I had the privilege to be friends with 3 great guys from India. They shared with many of us thier rich culture and awsome food. I have always dreamed of visting the country where these wonderful men grew up.

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  111. I visited the National Geographic Maps site and saw a wonderful item which would be a most-have in our homeschool:
    The Envoy Blue Ocean Illuminated Floor Globe
    What a beautiful addition to our resources this would be!
    Thanks!
    Nancy S.

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  112. I have always dreamed of visiting New Zeland! The diversity, the beauty, the coastlines contrasting with the majestic mountains! Truly a fascinating place! I appreciate the opportunity to win one of your beautiful maps!

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  113. I have always wanted to visit Australia. Until then, however, it would be so nice to be able to "visit" it on one of your awesome maps!
    Thanks,
    Nancy

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  114. I clicked on "Like" on Facebook!
    Thanks,
    Nancy S.

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  115. Would love to visit Australia one day!

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  116. I liked Download N Go on FB!

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  117. Didn't know National Geographic also had maps of the heavens, Miliky Way and Solar System. Thought they were only Earth bound. These would be great additions to our homeschool, along with the Native American maps.

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  118. I liked DNG on facebook!

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  119. I have little ones that are perpetually curious about the world and other places. After checking out the website, I really love the primary pack of maps for K-3!!

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  120. I would love to visit Ireland someday! It always looks so beautiful in pictures!

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  121. I am set on teaching my children about where they are in the world. I think getting the Beginner's World Map would be perfect for us!

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  122. This is now on my blog! Visit me at:

    http://christabellesplace.blogspot.com/2010/09/national-geographic-maps-giveaway.html

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  123. I also "Like" the page on Facebook!

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  124. Tweeted about on twitter.

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  125. I like DNG on Facebook!

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  126. I have visited Brazil, India & England! Would love to visit Switzerland!! Have wonderful memories of my 4th grade teacher making that country come alive!

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  127. Visited the National Geographic Website and would love to get a globe! It's on my list of things to get for our homeschooling. Absolutely love maps...would use them like wall paper if I had more! :)

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  128. I like you on facebook!

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  129. I would like to visit Italy!

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  130. I'd love to visit Australia one day!

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  131. Gotta have that globe ;)

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  132. I would love to visit Italy!

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  133. I would love to visit Italy.

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  134. My family would love to see Australia and Israel.

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  135. Checking out the National Geogrphic site we seriously need a globe. Would love to have any of the globes.

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  136. I would love to visit Spain, Italy and Jerusalem!!

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  137. I visited the National Geographic Maps site and saw a wonderful item which would be a most-have in our homeschool:
    Envoy Blue Ocean Illuminated Floor Globe
    It's beautiful and seems so complete for any questions we might have from geography around the world.

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  138. First I would like to finish seeing this country: East coast, West coast, Alaska, Hawaii. Then I would love to go to Israel and many other countries.

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  139. Wow! Where to begin! Oh the places we could go, Africa, Egypt, The Great China Wall, seven wonders of the world! Or every unique place close to home. It is so endless. Oh then the depths of the sea! :)

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  140. We would love to visit Greece!
    wab121695 @ juno (dot) com

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  141. I visited the site and would select the beginner's series bundle. These look like terrific maps!
    wab121695 @ juno (dot) com

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  142. Our family would love to visit Israel and Italy!

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  143. I would love to go on safari in Africa.

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  144. So many great maps it's hard to choose.
    I would love the Indian Country map & the North American Indian Culture. I know my son would love the Whales of the World.

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  145. I like Download and Go on Facebook :)

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  146. Our family would love to visit Scotland and Iceland, in no particular order. I've been a FB fan of DNG for a few weeks and enjoy the updates. Thanks!

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  147. For our homeschool, I think the beginner's bundles would be a big benefit for now. Our oldest is in K so we are just getting started. BTW-I tweeted this contest-@coastalmammamia

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  148. Norway! We are studying cultures and countries this year and so this would be so great!!!
    cooperkelly4 at yahoo dot com

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  149. We would love to visit Japan. My daughter is a huge pokemon fan, the anime and technology is more advanced then ours. My daughter talks about wanting to go there and really learn about Japan culture. She thinks it is fascinating how half of Japan is hot and the other is winter like.
    If it was up to me I would choose Spain because my ancestors had a city that was named after them on the edge of Spain that is still there.I would love to learn the culture.
    If it was up to my son, his pick is Australia.. He is a huge fan of Steve Irwin and Bindi. My sons wants to go and visit the zoo that Steve Irwin created and help save the animals with the family.
    aalearningatmosp@live.com

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  150. http://livingloveinglaughing.blogspot.com/2010/09/check-out-this-awesome-contest.html
    I blogged about your contest.... ;)

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  151. Checked out NGeo maps... The beginner bundle would be perfect for our homeschool, but then again, any current world or US map would be good... ours is a 15 year old world map out of a NGeo magazine...

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  152. tweeted about the giveaway. (unvlmom)

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  153. I would love the World Classic Mural. My son loves looking and searching maps. We are planning on painting his room and this on one wall would be so wonderful.

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  154. I have DNG as a friend on Facebook.

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  155. The country I dream of visiting is Mexico. My son and daughter-in-law are missionaries there.

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  156. I would love to visit Australia. This giveaway prompted a huge discussion in our house. :) Thanks for the topic and for the giveaway! mommatder at gmail dot com

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  157. I visited the site, and if I could choose any product, it would definitely be that amazing globe! mommatder at gmail dot com

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  158. I'm a fan of DNG on facebook! mommatder at gmail dot com

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  159. We would love ANY of the maps. We are doing a year long study on the good old USA mapping every day and doing daily questions. Any of the US maps would be great for us. Thank you for considering us in the contest.

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  160. I have always wanted to visit Australia. I named my daughter after Sydney, Australia. Your DNG are great.

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  161. I would love to tour through Ireland & England someday. We'd also like to visit the Basque area of Spain as my husband's family originates there.

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  162. I've liked DnG for a while on Facebook!

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  163. Product for my homeschool...so many wonderful ones to choose! I think I'd say the Kid's Maps - beginner series world &/or states would be perfect for us.

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  164. I dream about visiting Germany one day. My family's roots are German, my grandfather having come across in the late 1800s to make a new life. I would love to be able to show my children this part of their heritage!

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  165. I would love to visit France and Italy. I dream of being able to take my kids there and spend at least a month touring all the different areas of both of these wonderful countries.

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  166. I would love to travel to Spain and China.

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  167. I would love to visit Austria! My Dad does a lot of traveling and has a map with color coded pins placed where he has visited for vacation, work, etc., and my daughter LOVES it! She has decided she needs a map just like Papa's.

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  168. I would love to visit Washington DC. I want to go see the museums and the monuments.

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  169. I would love to visit Russia someday.

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  170. From the National Geographic Maps website, love the illuminated desk globe!

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  171. I "Like" Download n Go on facebook!

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  172. Our family would love to have the opportunity to visit Ireland one day. :)

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  173. The bird migration map would be a wonderful addition to our classroom. It would be a great visual reference for our bird studies from last year. http://www.natgeomaps.com/bird_migration
    My daughter still has a love for birds after that in depth study. Oh the joys of homeschooling!

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