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What's new in school: Washington students study colonial trades

1:41 PM, Jan. 17, 2013
Madison Elementary School fifth-graders created 'Cars' drawings in their art class.
Madison Elementary School fifth-graders created 'Cars' drawings in their art class.
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Washington Elementary School fifth-grade students recently completed a unit on the American colonial period. As a final project, each student in teacher Chad Jones social studies class choose a colonial trade (job) and made a "store-front" model of the trade. In addition to the model, the students completed a one-page research paper on the trade.

The students were given a list of trades to choose from and, to avoid duplication, each trade could be chosen by up to two students. The students were given three weeks to complete their models and all work was done at home. Materials used in creating ...

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