METUCHEN — On March 16, the fifth grade wing at Edgar Middle School was transformed into Colonial America as fifth grade students participated in their annual Colonial Day activities. Students showcased a variety of colonial crafts and trades such as doll making, tin punching, papermaking, quilting, ink making, and toy making. Parents and fourth grade students from Campbell School were invited to attend and hear about the colonial crafts and trades from our fifth grade colonists. (Photo courtesy of Metuchen Public Schools)
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