To follow a map

In today’s lesson, we join Mrs Garrard to design a map for an Easter egg hunt. We think about where the hunt will take place, hide the eggs and draw a map for a friend or family member to follow. We think about the positional language that we may use in order to give clues about the position of the Easter eggs.


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Lesson summary: To follow a map

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