The 6th Grade Museum of Biome Adaptations was open to parents and students yesterday. Sixth graders guided guests through a tour of individual dioramas of their "countries" – their work mingled the real with the imaginary!
Throughout the fall our 6th graders have been studying the essential question "How does the land define us?" The diorama project showcased how the land determines what plants and animals live there.
It was great to welcome so many visitors to the Museum – families, faculty and staff, and students from other classrooms. (Photos by Marco Velis.)