Grade 6: "Early Humans - a journey through time" Exhibition

This Monday, Grade 6 students held Grand Openings of their Early Humans Museum as the culmination of their Humanities unit. They created replica fossils and artifacts which represented development of their chosen feature throughout the early hominid groups. The items were then displayed with a written description and explanation of how the item showed progress in development. At the Grand Openings they were excited to be able to answer questions from visitors as an expert in their field.

 

Thank you very much to the parents, teachers and students who took the time to attend the opening. Grade 6 students are rightfully proud of the replicas and written explanations they produced to enlighten you about this phase in history. The verbal explanations are an important part of student learning and the opportunity to show off their knowledge adds relevance to all their hard work. They thoroughly enjoyed giving you the opportunity to delight in the experience of learning from them. 

 

The museum displays will remain in the library until Thursday February 6th. If you were unable to visit the Grand Openings, please stop by the library and enjoy the displays. 

A.Sarah

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