Summit Celebration Symbols: Special Project
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Young scholars create flags to be used to celebrate the climb of Mt. Everest. They discuss their understanding of why a group is climbing Mt. Everest. They brainstorm qualities, ideas, words, and objects that can be used as symbols.
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