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SEN Lets Celebrate Who Wears What In The World
Can you guess the country the clothes come from? Click on the countrys flag to see if you are right.
Where would you find these clothes? Australia England Japan Kimono
Where would you find this hat? Australia England Scotland Cork hat
Where would you find these clothes? Australia England Scotland Kilt
Where would you find these shoes? America Holland England Clogs
France England Scotland Where would you find this hat? Beret
America Australia India Where would you find these clothes? Sari
India Japan England Where would you find this hat? Bowler hat
The kimono is the traditional dress of Japan.
Clogs made from wood are the traditional shoes of Holland.
Berets are worn in France.
This hat can be found in Australia. The hat helps to keep people cool in the hot weather and the corks help keep flies away!
The kilt is part of the national dress of Scotland.
The sari is part of the national dress of India.
The bowler hat is from England.
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