Me on the Map

We are beginning our community unit and we combine it with our mapping standards.  I love this book Me on the Map.  

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This book is a great tool when teaching about maps.  We make our own Me on the Map book.  Each student makes their own and is the star of the book.  I take their picture, cut it out and glue it to a popsicle stick.  This picture of them moves to each page.  Here are the pages of one of finished books.  The cover has an “exploding egg” that I shared about here.
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Same page as above, just the flap is closed.

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It’s hard to tell in the, but California has gold glitter for the “golden state.”

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On the last page, you can lift up the school.  A group picture of them will underneath the school.  There you have it.  Tomorrow we are off to visit a worm farm.  The worm farm is one of my favorite field trips.  I will share about it soon.  Many of the worm activities that I will do come from my Reduce, Reuse, Recycle & Rot! unit.
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Time to get some zzz’s.  Have a great week!




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  1. HI there- I love your take on this project. I was wondering how you got the holes in the popsicle sticks? thanks!

  2. Hi Andrea, I used a scrapbooking tool called a crop-a-dile. It's like a fancy hole puncher.

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