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Thanks to all who replied. The consensus of most everyone for my problem was
make a digital picture of the paper poster map I had and include it in the
power point. Worked perfectly!

I did contact my Scott Foresman rep and ask if there was any current
material containing a folk tale map. Have not received a response from him.

No one has come up with a website that contains such a thing and many were
interested if I found one.  Also some expressed interest in the development
of a unit combining map skills and folk tales.

My dream would be an interactive US map with folk tale characters that
linked you to stories about that character. Could someone get busy on that?

Thanks again,


Debbie Williams, Media Specialist
Smiths Station Intermediate School

"Because that's what Hermione does...When in doubt, go to the library."

J.K. Rowling
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

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