Wis. elementary-school students share what they know about history in "museum"

05/14/2013 | Journal Times (Racine, Wis.), The

The Prairie School in Wisconsin was temporarily transformed into a "Window to the World" museum that reflects what the elementary-school students are learning about the world, history and their role and responsibilities in it. The museum was open to fellow students, families and the community to allow students from kindergarten through fourth grade to share what they have learned about topics, including how Native Americans made maple syrup and mined copper.

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