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What do you do when it’s Cinco de Mayo and Taco Tuesday but because of the coronavirus you and your students can’t be in school? You offer your students a chance to do a Virtual Scavenger Hunt. Normally the students in Mrs. Bettenhausen’s Spanish classes would be preparing all types of food, sampling some unusual Mexican favorites, like mole sauce and dried grasshoppers, learning to sing “La Cucaracha”, and having a Scavenger Hunt throughout the school. But, in this new normal, plans were changed. Instead, students had the chance to participate in a Virtual, Online Scavenger Hunt, focusing on three of the students’ most favorite activities...taking selfies and doing chores and exploring their world.

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