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What do you see?

Use these activities from the Library of Congress to improve critical viewing skills. Practice matching, sequencing, timelining and more with primary source images. Appropriate for grades K 12. courtesy of netTrekker
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Use these activities from the Library of Congress to improve critical viewing skills. Practice matching, sequencing, timelining and more with primary-source images. Appropriate for grades K-12.

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