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Book of Muticultural Images

Students can print out line drawings of people, clothing styles, spiritual deities, places, and animals from around the world to color, to paint, and to use as inspiration. This online coloring book includes different historical periods and cultures and is
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Students can print out line drawings of people, clothing styles, spiritual deities, places, and animals from around the world to color, to paint, and to use as inspiration. This online coloring book includes different historical periods and cultures and is a good resource for cross-curricular approaches to the study of art and social studies.

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