The Third Grade Wax Museum is an annual tradition at Bowler School. Students choose a person to research and portray. Then they write a speech in the first person. They create a biographical poster and a large backdrop to represent their subject. Family, friends, and community members are invited to come and visit the Wax Museum, and meet some very interesting people! Children enjoy this opportunity to represent themselves, their school, and learn something in the process. Please double-click on the pictures below, and see these historical figures come to life!
Mrs. Mueller & Ms. Knueppel 3rd Grade Teachers
Titanic's Captain John Smith
Mrs. Fuller's 4th Grade Scientists!
Ms. Fuller's 4th grade science class walked to Bowler Pond and the Embarrass River. Back in the classroom, the students used stereoscopes to examine the samples they collected.
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