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Colonial Days at Seward
On Thursday, March 29, fourth grade students at William H. Seward Elementary School culminated their studies of colonial times by presenting research to family, friends, school staff and students on trades that were common in colonial times.  Some of the trades the students researched, dressed up as and presented on were: teachers, brick makers, carpenters, printers, barbers, apothecaries, tanners, wig makers, and dress makers.  
The students researched and studied what each trade’s job was, how the trades were important to the colonies, tools that each trade used, skills required for each trade, and how different trades collaborated with one another.
The students did an excellent job of taking the school back to colonial days for the day!


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