Me On the Map


** Digitial PDF

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Me On the Map: An Early Elementary Social Studies Guide
Exploring Your Students Place in the World

Me On the Map is a great early introduction to social studies by giving them an overall picture of how they fit into the larger world. This study guide is compiled of 8 units to help them learn all about their home, street, city, state, country, continent, and planet.

Each unit includes:
– Discussion questions or writing prompts
– Book list
– Activities and crafts
– Recipes
– Songs
– Explore section to learn more with videos or printables
– Field trip ideas
– Dive Deeper section to continue learning if interested

All of the units also have easy to read instruction pages for crafts and activities, multiple maps and fill in the blank pages to print for your students, and a template to create the circle wheel project. All About Me project at the end completes the guide.

Best for ages 4-8 years. Perfect for homeschool, classroom, or co-op.

This guide does focus on the United States, but it is easily adaptable if you live in other places of the world. Optional pages for a province are provided instead of a state.

**This is a digital PDF. NO physical product will be mailed to you. After you purchase, you can download your guide immediately, or an email with the download will be sent to you to download any time. (If you are unable to find the email, please be sure to check your Spam folder.)

**This product is meant for personal use only and is not to be shared, copied, or sold as your own. I do grant permission to print multiple copies of the maps and worksheets for members of your personal homeschool, classroom, or co-op.

1 review for Me On the Map

  1. Ashlee (verified owner)

    This social studies unit is perfect for my kindergartner. It is set up for quick easy lessons, includes a book list and a way to add to each lessons. There are also snack and craft ideas. I didn’t even add art for this year or a list of read aloud since both are included in these lesson plans. This would also be great for older elementary age kids to learn more about roads and work on memorizing their address.

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