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Postcards From America

Share the adventures of several teachers as they explore the great United States of America through the window of an electronic postcard. The postcard takes a quick "snapshot" of geography or wildlife of the area. Includes a section on teaching
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Share the adventures of several teachers as they explore the great United States of America - through the window of an electronic postcard. The postcard takes a quick "snapshot" of geography or wildlife of the area. Includes a section on teaching with the site resources.

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