Claremore Daily Progress


May 8, 2013

Claremont students learn about historical individuals


Third and Fourth grade students at Claremont Elementary participated in the school’s first ever Living Wax Museum. 
The students portrayed historical figures who came to life with the “push of a button.”
Students were stationed in hallways around the school with their related history projects and posed like figures in a wax museum until someone “pushed the button.”
The exercise was created to teach students drama, research skills, speaking skills and about important people in history.

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