Heart Maps


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Heart maps. These are so much fun to create! Heart maps show at a glance the uniqueness of each individual as well as similarities we enjoy. These are good for students to have on hand for writing assignments as it gives them ideas on things they can write about that are more personal to them.

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Draw a heart and divide it into sections.


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Ineach section draw or write something you love. Make it colorful! Use markers, crayons, colored pencils or even paint.


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I found in doing these heart maps with my children that it can be a very good project to see what they are interested in and loving at this moment in time.


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This would be a great project to do for other topics:

  • favorite things about a certain season – use a different shape like a sun for summer or a leaf for autumn
  • a gratitude list
  • books you’ve read
  • memorable events in your life

Montserrat Wadsworth is completely devoted to her wonderful husband, Joseph, and their eight children (seven girls and one boy!). They live on a 4,000 acre alfalfa farm nestled in a small Northern Nevada valley. They’ve been homeschooling for 11+ years. Montserrat enjoys, photography, cooking, crafting, chocolate, and sloppy goodnight kisses. She strives to live each day as God would have her do following Mary’s biblical supplication, “Behold the handmaid of the Lord; be it unto me according to thy word.” (Luke 1:38) You can find her at her blog Chocolate On My Cranium.

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  1. I love this idea and want to use it with some of my students as well as my son! What a good way to find out even more about the heart of your child as well as celebrate their uniqueness!
    Thanks Montserrat!

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