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Camilla, Super Helper

Mapping My Day

Flora loves to draw, and loves drawing maps. She takes us through her day, drawing a map or diagram for everything that happens. It's a story told in maps, an atlas of her life!

Each of Flora's maps illustrates key mapping concepts (like scale, cardinal directions, compass rose, routes, landmarks). Readers will be inspired to create their own maps and diagrams to tell their own stories.

Learn more about spatial thinking and the importance of kids drawing maps in the note at the back of the book. Ask for it at your local bookstore, request it at your public library, or buy it using the buttons below.

Scroll down for resources you can use at home or in the classroom, including printable Activity Pages.


Laura Wood


Magination Press





This book makes these things so much easier to learn by bringing these ideas to a level that kids can understand—their own lives…. I can't recommend this book highly enough.

—Randomly Reading

Mapping My Day is an original and very highly recommended addition to family, preschool, elementary school, and community library picture book collections.

—Midwest Book Review

An excellent addition to geography collections.

—School Library Journal

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Additional Resources

Spatial Thinking Activities

Print these spatial thinking activity pages for your child or your students!

Mapping My Day - Spatial Thinking Activities
Download PDF • 1.83MB


Resources from RIF

This book is part of the "Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) Social Emotional Learning Collection"

Click below to access free resources, including puzzles and word games, designed to enhance both literacy skills and socioemotional engagement of young readers.


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