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Olympic Games Snowboard Design: Winter Sports, Snowboarding, Graphic Arts, Global Cultures
Students gather information about a country and work as a team. They use their knowledge to create a snowboard design that represents the country they pick. They explore locations, languages, flags, and emblems for various countries.
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