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Me on the Map Round-Up

Studying the human body with your kids? Or maybe you are practicing cartography and navigation with your junior adventurers? Here are some of the best lesson plans, activities, crafts, and picture book lists, about the Human Body, ourselves (“me”), maps and geography.

These are highlights from the “Me on the Map” Linky from the Smart Summer Challenge!*

All About Me

Personalized Guess Who? Game at Counting Coconuts

Portrait Tiles, from Creating and Educating

All About Me Timelines from Early Bird Homeschool

Mini “Me” Collage, from Teach Mama

Human Body

Life-Sized Self-Portrait, Naturally Educational

Life-Sized Body Map (with creative materials), from Pink and Green Mama

Paint Your Organs Shirt, from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational

Life-Sized Paper Doll from A Day in the Life of My Little Brood


locating ourselves within our nation and the world, from Naturally Educational

Using Stacking Bowls for “Finding My Place in the World” at Ready Set Read 2 Me

Montessori Continent Boxes from Living Montessori Now (photo from Counting Coconuts)

Twister, Global Style from Cultivated Lives

Mapping your Neighborhood, Naturally Educational

X Marks the Spot “X Lessons“, from Tots and Me

Dancing to World Music, Naturally Educational

Personalized Neighborhood Map, from Small Types

Mapping a Nature Hike, Naturally Educational

M is for Map, No Time for Flashcards

Picture Books About Maps, Naturally Educational

* Recently I co-hosted the “Smart Summer Challenge” with MaryLea of Pink and Green Mama and Amy of TeachMama.

I’m moving my weekly themed “round-ups” of submissions to new posts to make them easier to find.

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Candace Lindemann, Yale, BA, Harvard Graduate School of Education, EdM, is an educational consultant and published writer. She enjoys new learning experiences with her children, ages 6 and 4 and 1.5.

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