Some unique things we included on our map are our hand sanitizer dispenser, the chips on our desk, the flag, and a scale. We learned that the title is important, we have to look around us to know what to make, and we don't have to rush. Details are important!
Some unique things we included on our map are the cubbies, the flag and the job wheel. We learned that a map always needs a compass rose, and in our classroom, North always points towards the windows. We also learned that maps are very helpful! It would be hard to live in our world without maps!
We included the bookshelf, mailboxes and Ms. Young's table. We learned that making maps is hard work, but maps are easy to read if they are colored and have labels. Maps help tell us where to go!
We included the computer cart, the smartboard and the door. We also made our map 3D! We learned that it is hard to work in groups and you have to divide work between everyone. We also learned that maps should be neat so they are easy to read.
Our map includes the cubbies, blue tables and chairs with tennis balls on the bottoms. We learned that making maps takes hard work, and it can be gluey!
Our map includes the calendar, the computer cart, chips on our desks and the watering can. We also added the centers and mailboxes. We learned that it is important to put things in the right place on a map so people can find their way. It is also important to have maps because people use maps every day.