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Biography report and wax museum! I've always wanted to do this with my class! Hmmmm....

Every year all of our 5th graders participate in our school's Wax Museum program. It is seriously one of the highlights of the entire school year! Here's a run down of how things work: -Students choose a biography on a famous American. -They read the book and complete the American Hero book report. -They design a poster, create a costume, and memorize information about their hero. -For the Wax Museum, the students bring all their stuff and set up in the gym. -We invite our school, parents…

If you've always wanted to host a Biography Wax Museum for your students and parents, this is the ultimate step by step blog post to get your started!

The dress rehearsal is a good time to tell students that they will encounter different situations, especially when the audience includes children. They may have someone press their button and walk away in the middle of sharing. We tell them that if that happens they should just stop.

Wax Museum Poster by Matthew Stuckey, via Behance

This poster is part of a promotion pack which I'm designing for the launch of Wax Museum Records in Adelaide, Australia. More images to come...

Perfect for 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade students, living wax museums are an immersive (and downright cute) way for your students to learn about historical figures and their contributions to society. They have the added bonus of incorporating history, reading, writing, and art into one project.  Follow these steps and use our pre-made templates to create a living wax museum classroom activity that you’ll be excited to repeat year after year!

Perfect for 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade students, living wax museums are an immersive (and downright cute) way for your students to learn about historical figures and their contributions to society. They have the added bonus of incorporating history, reading, writing, and art into one project. Follow these steps and use our pre-made templates to create a living wax museum classroom activity that you’ll be excited to repeat year after year!