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Students have been learning about Egypt in art and learning all about what life was like. You need to visit the school to see this display, pictures don't do it justice. Classes worked on different things.
Household pots were made from river clay. The clay was first prepared by adding fine sand to make it easier to work. The potters then shaped the vessels using the coil method and smoothed then inside and out to a remarkably even thickness. Pots were then 'Fired' to make the clay hard and water tight.
On September 29 third-grade students got to go to Thankgiving Point's Museum of Natural Curiosity thanks to an iSEE Scholarship from Thanksgiving Point and other business. Students got to learn about our five senses, and how they help us make sense of the world around us. Lots of curious minds exploring and learning at the museum. Thanks to all the parents who helped chaperone.