I’m working on getting ready for six different projects tomorrow. One of them will include a wonderfully folded world map. This is one of my favorite activities, so I thought I would repost this tonight. Please to click on this link in the PDF of the World Map rather than the PDF in the post…the one below has an extra line in it and it turns out I can’t change links in posts that I am reblogging! It took a whole evening of tweaking to get it to work just right, to go with the folding instructions. I would be very happy for it to get lots of use.
To print out the directions above, here’s the PDF of Origami Base for World Map And here’s the PDF for the World Map That Can Be Folded Into An Origami Base.
I have a slew of agendas when I work with students. One item at the top of my top-heavy list is to incorporate a world map into projects whenever possible and appropriate. If I can provide students with a clever and fun way of using a map, all the better.
This is a 6″ x 6″ square (folded down from a 12″ x’ 6″ paper). Open the cover and you’ll find a map of the world, with Sweden highlighted.
Just in case it’s not clear, the map is a separate piece of paper glued into the cover.
Note the compass rose, that has been colored in by the student and notice how well the world map sits on…
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