Students at The Boxberry School, Oxford, have been learning all about maps. On Oct. 16, the entire school took a trip to the Osher Map Museum at USM in Portland. The students from the Green Room (grades K-2) looked at maps, enjoyed a reading of "My Map Book" by Sara Fanelli and colored their own maps. The students from the Periwinkle Room (grades 3-5) took a tour of Osher's globe collection, including celestial and terrestrial globes from the early 1700s. Students learned about the history of maps and how to transform a 2D map into a 3D globe. After lunch the children continued their learning adventure with a trip to the Delorme Map Store in Yarmouth. Students posed for a photo from the top deck at the map store with Eartha, the largest revolving globe in the world. Front, from left, are Makyah Camous,Tia Beaulier, Sophie Billings, Sam Klinedinst, Isaiah S.,Willa Anderson, Veda Person, Abby Toohey, Emi Camous, Mina Kazimierczak, Oliver Barrett and Cole Cummings; back, Emmett Grover, James Gosnell, Myles Barrett, Ian S., Calvin Grover, Jake Domegan and Whyse Cummings.