EDISON—Museo de pyramides, a special museum filled with specially-crafted Egyptian pyramids, was open for viewing at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison in the classroom of Aurea Hernandez-Webster, Lower School Spanish teacher, earlier this month. Fifth graders have been immersed in their study of Ancient Egypt, having recently visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art to view their Egyptian exhibition. They created different pyramids from materials such as Chex Mix, polymer clay, and colored cardboard.
Pictured above, Simone Armour of Plainfield, a fifth grader, shows her pyramid to students in Joanne Jacobson’s first grade class, including Vaughn Armour of Plainfield (Simone’s brother), Tyler Jones of Scotch Plains, Sara Reiss of Fords, Saleem Ibraheem of Piscataway, Marcia Ojo of Rahway, and Krishna Devarakonda of Edison.
Photo by Michelle Daino/Wardlaw-Hartridge
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