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    • Danielle Boyd

      Me on the Map project - this is a super cute (and clever) idea for teaching geography

    • Angie Walden

      Sunny Days in Second Grade: pics are cute modification of this Social Studies project

    • Alicia Lyles

      Me on the Map projects, super fun/ cute idea!

    • Jamie Lipscomb

      Map skills - 2nd grade

    • Kelly Nelson

      Sunny Days in Second Grade: Love this flip book.

    • Clutter-Free Classroom

      Thanks for using my Me on the Map Project with your class Sunny Days in Second Grade! I love the colors you used. If you are doing this project again this year be sure to redownload the file as I completely updated it and added lots of new printables. :) Jodi from The Clutter-Free Classroom {}

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