This chapter demonstrates a method of analyzing learning environments for students in the K-12 space, which foregrounds the visual representations of students and the multi-dimensions of learning spaces. The technique relies on collecting Visual Maps from children (their drawings of learning activities at home, school, and other places), and questionnaires from their teachers (information about the class as a group) and parents (information about the individual child)—to collectively inform research on children’s learning environments across settings in everyday life. Example data presented to demonstrate how this method could be used to study children’s learning environments across spaces. The data is analyzed by mapping keywords from all three sources on an Analysis Map—to generate an “at-glance” profile of each student’s learning environment. Findings from all participants then act as a basis to design guidelines for creating the most effective learning environments.