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Amy's Travel Project

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Amy's Travels Project allows students across the globe to read, learn, and share together using Skype in the Classroom. Classes can communicate via Skype to discuss the multicultural children's book Amy's Travels and share their own stories and details of life from one continent to another. Based on a true story, Amy's Travels is a children's picture book that teaches about all seven continents.

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