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A child describes how her room, her house, her town, her state, and her country become part of a map of her world.
Posted December 3, 2011
Posted December 1, 2011
Posted March 13, 2010
"Me on the Map" introduces the idea that maps are a visual representation of a place. I used this book in my first-grade classroom to start a lesson on maps. The story is written in kid-friendly language, and the pictures help kids to understand the story. The main character starts by explaining a map of her room, then moves on to her neighborhood and eventually shows a map of the word. After reading this story as a class, my students were able to create their own maps of their rooms. I would recommend this book to any teacher or caregiver who wants a fun and educational read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 13, 2009
Posted February 9, 2009
Posted July 12, 2001
Me on the Map is a great book to use with your students learning about maps. It gives them a sense of scale and how they personally fit into the mapping process. A wonderful extension activity could be having students draw a bedroom map of their own on Kid Pix Deluxe!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.