By Angie Wright
During the month of May, 4th grade students at Tate Elementary put forth many hours of hard work and effort to complete their Wax Museum project.
This project allowed students to choose a historical figure that they have studied during their elementary school career. Students researched, wrote about the life of that person, prepared a speech, and a display board showcasing what their figure is famous for. On Thursday, May 19th, all their hard work came to life as our Tate families visited our living Wax Museum. Students dressed the part and recited their speeches from memory to all our visitors.
Many of them even answered questions off script that they were asked because they had actually become experts and taken on the persona of their chosen figure.