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The Second and Third Grade Museum

September 21, 2022 | Rebekah Lowe

Second and Third Grade students read the book Milo’s Museum, which tells of a girl named Milo who goes to a museum and does not see artifacts that look like her or tell her story.  She goes on to make her own museum of objects that represent her life.

Our class decided to make our own museum of things that represent us.  Take a look at the photos to see each person’s exhibit of items. Perhaps your child would want to tell something about each photo to review with you about one or two of each person’s artifacts!

Finally, we had a few adult visitors who were delighted to view children’s artifacts and listen to how they told the students’ stories.

It was such a positive experience and felt like a celebration at the end of the first week of school!

Rebekah Lowe

Teacher, Grades 2&3

Rebekah Lowe knew that she wanted to be a teacher ever since middle school when she was inspired by an English teacher who developed interactive games and creative acronyms for many of the topics that were discussed. Because of her teachers, Ms. Lowe attended the education program at the College of New Jersey, where she experienced a variety of classroom environments, and earned a teaching degree. She was also a part of the Education Honor Society. After graduating, Ms. Lowe taught English in South Korea, and during this time, she was able to travel around Asia and experience new cuisines and cultures. Her love of travelling increased, and she hopes to travel more in the future! She began her teaching career in the United States at Mustard Seed School in 2018 as a second and third grade teacher in the Meadows class. She’s excited to be a part of the school community and share her many experiences with her students.

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