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Museum Box: Great for Social Studies

Museum Box

I came across this site today and I think it is amazing. Students create a virtual box of artifacts. It is a unique way to share information learned. You could even use it to display great things going on in your class. Students could make them about themselves or about a famous person. You can save these, print them, or use them as a presentation. You can add sound, text, video, and pictures. Check out the examples and the information about Thomas Clarkston. This works so well with a study about slavery. So many possibilities. Please let me know if you use this one. I would love to see your students’ work!

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