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Draw a bird’s-eye view of neighborhood streets! Map the way from home to school.
Students pretend they are a bird or in an airplane looking down on the street where they live or go to school. What do they see? Houses? Apartment roofs? Stores? Intersections? Have students talk about the street signs and buildings they see, then draw a map.
Students use Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils and a straight edge to draw their street. Add streets and intersections close to their home. Which ones do they travel on the way to school?
Students draw the building where they live with Crayola Twistables. What would a bird see? Add details such as a swing set, fence, pets, steps, or patio.
Color in other buildings. Add details such as cars, stop signs, street lights, or people.
Students identify their house and label the streets on their map. If friends used the map, could they find their way around?
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