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Jewish Academy students host dinosaur museum

 


The second grade students at the Jewish Academy of Orlando recently hosted a dinosaur museum. The second grade students acted as docents and escorted parents, grandparents and siblings around a variety of projects and experiments that were covered in their recent unit on dinosaurs. The museum, designed with a variety or visual displays and hands-on projects, included experiments on the effects of erosion and abrasion, fossils and so much more. The dinosaur museum is one of the highlights of the second grade curriculum each year, and the students looked forward to sharing their research and studies with great enthusiasm and anticipation.

The Jewish Academy of Orlando is training future scientists who are excited and passionate about discovering and understanding this very complex world.

For more information about the Jewish Academy of Orlando or to arrange a visit to the school, please contact Jessica Mishael, admissions manager, at jmishael@myjao.org or 407-647-0713.

 

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