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4th Grade Kansan Project

By: Jonathan Ross

February 14, 2017

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     To celebrate the day that Kansas became a state, the 4th grade at Nemaha Central Elementary School, presented their Kansan projects on Monday, January 30. The 4th grade students had to create a multimedia project over a famous Kansan and their accomplishments. For the presentation, the students had to dress like their famous Kansan. Some of the famous Kansans were Jordy Nelson, Darren Sproles, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Amelia Earhart, Emmett Kelly, Paul Rudd, Nancy Kassebaum, and Dwight D. Eisenhower. The students discovered several facts about their famous Kansans when they prepared their multimedia project.  This project was then presented to the rest of the student body and parents around the day that Kansas became a state.

   Madelynn Heiman said,  "I thought it was fun because you got to dress up and learn about your person."

 

 

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