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  • Caroline Weathers

    cool way to help kids study important people, i.e. presidents.... not just for kids me too

  • Hannah Holloway

    Use Guess Who games to find information about famous people in the past.This will help kids study important people, i.e. presidents.

  • Brittany Day

    Cool way to help kids study important people- famous artists guess who sounds so fun!

  • Chelsey Odg

    lesson plan idea: have students create a "guess who" of famous artists

  • deb wojie

    cool way to help kids study important people, i.e. presidents. (awesome game for a social studies teacher)

  • Hong Lam Yoyo Chan

    great way to help kids study important people, i.e. presidents - So perfect for the game missing it's pieces!! Genius!!

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