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  • Christine Fitch Mooney

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

  • Jessica Anne

    WHAT A GREAT IDEA!! Cool way to help kids study important people, i.e. presidents. You could make your own guess who of whatever! What a great idea!

  • Jean Ballew

    Famous People Guess Who? Game - cool way to help kids study important people, i.e. presidents. Why have I never thought of this? You could make your own guess who of whatever!

  • Teresa Randleman

    Cool way to help kids study important people (i.e. Presidents!) Do with famous artist s :)

  • Natalia Thoveson

    GENIUS idea: way to help kids study important people, i.e. presidents, etc. Can also use for coping skills for kids to learn about :)

  • Julianna Marie

    Cool way to help kids study important people, like U.S. presidents or ARTISTS :)

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