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Creative Connections - Creative ConnectionsGlobal Awareness Home PageChildren's Books and Book ClubGapminder: Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view.World Digital Library HomeWelcome to Lifewegot.com!Global Project- Teddy Bears Around the World in its 4th Year If you are looking to weave global awareness & collaboration into your elementary school classroom, consider participating in the Teddy Bears Around the World Project For the forth year, Teddy Bears from around the world are contributing images about their travels, traditions and customs to this blog. Currently, there are contribution from the following categories: The idea is to collaboratively create a space with stories from different locations around the world. About the Project: Teddy Bears Around The World started as a project with a school mascot called Jose, the travel bear, who enjoyed roaming the world, getting to know new places and meeting interesting people. These contributions can be from the teddy bears point of view or from the students’ point of view telling a story ABOUT their teddy bear. There is no need to send a Teddy Bear to another school or teacher. So how about it? writing skills? and exposes your students to local & community awareness?