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Objects/Symbols and Signs
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23 subcategories 53 Projects 220 Resources

Subcategories:
  • Books (16)
  • Cameras (7)
  • CDs/DVDs/Tapes (1)
  • Clocks/Watches (8)
  • Clothes/Accessories (14)
  • Computers/Electronics (29)
  • Containers (6)
  • Costumes/Fashion (9)
  • Dishes/Cups/Utensils (4)
  • Flags (52)
  • Furniture (3)
  • Games (23)
  • Lamps/Lighting (5)
  • Machines (7)
  • Mobile Devices (14)
  • Money (11)
  • Musical Instruments (12)
  • Symbols and Signs (34)
  • Telephones (4)
  • Tools/Small Objects (6)
  • Toys/Stuffed Animals (2)
  • Weapons (1)
  • Writing/Art Materials (3)

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    Resources

    Results 141 thru 150 of 220 total resources.

    141.  Image
    Grand Piano
    Black grand piano in a hotel lobby
    Curriculum: Fine Arts
    142.  Image
    Which Way to Go in France
    Signs in Nice, France
    Curriculum: History/Social Science, Foreign Language
    143.  Image
    Welcome to Texas
    Welcome sign in Texas just passed the New Mexico border
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    144.  Image
    Formal Dining Place Setting
    A formal place setting for a fine dinner
    145.  Image
    Tea Anyone
    A High Tea table setting
    146.  Image
    Bowl of Soup
    A yummy bowl of hot soup
    Curriculum: Home Economics
    147.  Image
    Clock Tower in Italy
    View of one of the many sights in Italy
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    148.  Image
    Papua Masks
    New Zealand Papua masks representing the Maori culture and traditions
    Curriculum: History/Social Science, Fine Arts
    149.  Image
    Samurai Armour
    Samurai armour was made from strips of iron plates covered in lacquer, to protect it from rain, and weghed about 25 pounds.
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    150.  Image
    Three Japanese Girls
    Three Japanese girls dressed in traditional kimonos preparing for a celebration.


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