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Creating Passports for the International Festival

By Beth Newingham on March 29, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

We also create passports for all visitors at the International Festival. The passports list the names of the countries being represented at our festival.

As students and parents try foods from the many different countries, they can check off those countries on their passports. This encourages students to try as many different types of food as they can.

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I am a new ELL teacher and this sounds terrific to use at our next Culture festival. I wasn't able to open your Passport file. I'm curious if it's just the cover or do you have pages inside for students or parents to make comments in?

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