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Jasmina Caldarevic

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Position- Treasure Island

We are learning to draw and describe paths/routes on maps we've created using technology. To be successful I will: - Use the label feature to mark the horizontal and vertical grid reference points on the template provided. - Draw the boundary of my island using the pen. - Use highlighter to shade ocean regions. - Click on the label feature to identify the starting point for my treasure hunt. - Use the 3dots to select shapes. Locate the 'X' to mark where the treasure is buried. - pen a range of icons associated with pirates across the map to create barriers (These can include a pirate, parrot, palm tree, boots, hook etc) - Using the mic outline the path/route I took in order to reach the treasure. Remember to use positional language and grid references. Extension: Use the label or pen tools to identify the points on a compass rose. Tap check to upload my response.

3rd Grade, Math
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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