LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Students at a Lafayette elementary school got a visit from Indiana's First Lady from the other side of the world.
Third graders at Glen Acres talked to Karen Pence from Japan using Skype. Karen Pence first visited the class two weeks ago before leaving for the trip.
Students painted pictures for her to share with Japanese students.
Pence told the kids about her experience and took questions. Students said they learned a lot about Japan's customs.
"They have a tradition of someone from somewhere else bringing a present for them," said third grader Molly Wagner.
Pence brought the Japanese students a checkered flag, symbolizing Indiana's history of racing.
This is a part of Glen acres "Around the World in 180 Days" program.
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