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Webrangers Activity: Who Are We?

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This great site from the National Park Service is directed to students in elementary and middle schools. The explanation of why the United States is considered a melting pot is followed by some games, one of which helps define who users are in terms of things they like. Students can then compare themselves with others in the United States who have interests in common. After a little explanation of stereotypes and diversity, a game asks students to pop stereotype balloons.

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