Famous Wax Museum at Blacklick Elementary

Posted: 5/30/2018 Categories: District News, HOMEPAGE Headlines, Lincoln High School News, Blacklick Elementary News, Chapelfield Elementary, Goshen Lane Elementary News, High Point Elementary News, Jefferson Elementary News, Lincoln Elementary News, Royal Manor Elementary News, Middle School South News, Middle School East News, Middle School West News

Famous Wax Museum at Blacklick Elementary

What do Amelia Earhart, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Albert Einstein have in common? They all showed up (along with some of their friends) in the second-grade classrooms at Blacklick Elementary on April 4!

A few weeks before, the second-grade students began a biography project which included researching and writing a biography about a historical figure. Students chose their favorite person and worked diligently on their research and writing quite impressive biographies to share.

The biography project concluded with the celebrated "Biography Wax Museum." On April 4, students were asked to dress as the person in which they researched, or create a visual representation of their historical figure. Parents and other Blacklick classrooms were invited to visit the "exhibit" and hear the famous "wax figure" speak about their life.

Please enjoy the picture video below for highlights.

Famous Wax Museum at Blacklick Elementary

Posted: 5/30/2018 Categories: District News, HOMEPAGE Headlines, Lincoln High School News, Blacklick Elementary News, Chapelfield Elementary, Goshen Lane Elementary News, High Point Elementary News, Jefferson Elementary News, Lincoln Elementary News, Royal Manor Elementary News, Middle School South News, Middle School East News, Middle School West News

Famous Wax Museum at Blacklick Elementary

What do Amelia Earhart, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Albert Einstein have in common? They all showed up (along with some of their friends) in the second-grade classrooms at Blacklick Elementary on April 4!

A few weeks before, the second-grade students began a biography project which included researching and writing a biography about a historical figure. Students chose their favorite person and worked diligently on their research and writing quite impressive biographies to share.

The biography project concluded with the celebrated "Biography Wax Museum." On April 4, students were asked to dress as the person in which they researched, or create a visual representation of their historical figure. Parents and other Blacklick classrooms were invited to visit the "exhibit" and hear the famous "wax figure" speak about their life.

Please enjoy the picture video below for highlights.