Fourth grade students at Aquebogue Elementary School recently unveiled a Native American museum in their classroom as part of their study on the Iroquois tribe.
The project got underway after students researched Native American culture, government and entertainment and were inspired to create individual research projects that reflected their learning. They designed posters, wrote poems, created brochures and made trioramas. Each project included information about Iroquois government, natural resources, trade and change, and housing. All of the projects were incorporated into the museum that celebrated the students’ creativity and hard work.