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Six Places to Visit

Age 7 to 11 Challenge Level:

Well, we're going to look at visiting places.

Here's the road map:

road map

There are six places to visit:
1. Relations who live in the tall house;
2. Friends who live in the house with trees;
3. The wide school building;
4. The blue church;
5. The health centre with blue roof and pink walls;
6. The little pink shop which is leaning over.

You live in the yellow house at the bottom of the map.

Starting at your house, try to describe the journey to each of the six places.
You'll need to describe the bends in the road [how much they turn] and which way to turn at junctions.

Having done that what about trying this next one too:

second road map

We have the same places to visit, but they are in different places now.