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Recipe for a Region

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Children, ages 10 to 13, celebrate their region of the United States and consider the ways in which climate makes it a unique place.

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Originating Source National Center for Interactive Learning
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Recipe for a Region

Recipe for a Region

Children, ages 10 to 13, celebrate their region of the United States and consider the ways in which climate makes it a unique place.