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24kt Gold Plated Pin, Oriole Bird Lapel Hat Pin, Vintage Pewter Lapel Hat Pin Museum Product by FieldsOfVintage on Etsy

24kt Gold Plated Pin, Oriole Bird Lapel Hat Pin, Vintage Pewter Lapel Hat Pin Museum Product

24kt Gold Plated Pin, Oriole Bird Lapel Hat Pin, Vintage Pewter Lapel Hat Pin Museum Product by FieldsOfVintage on Etsy

In Conversation with Dakin Hart of The Noguchi Museum | Product: Isamu Noguchi's Cyclone™ Collection for Knoll, 1957 | PC: Knoll Archive | Knoll Inspiration

In Conversation with Dakin Hart of The Noguchi Museum | Product: Isamu Noguchi's Cyclone™ Collection for Knoll, 1957 | PC: Knoll Archive | Knoll Inspiration

Hamsa with Colored Beads from The Israel Museum  |  makes for a great wall hanging

Hamsa with Colored Beads from The Israel Museum | makes for a great wall hanging

NELSON-ATKINS SHUTTLECOCK MUG: High fired earthenware Microwave and dishwasher safe.  The four, 18 feet tall shuttlecock sculptures by Claus Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen scattered across the Donald J. Hall Sculpture Park in Kansas City, MO, have become a cultural icon for both Kansas City and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Installed in 1994. Nelson-Atkins Museum Shop

NELSON-ATKINS SHUTTLECOCK MUG: High fired earthenware Microwave and dishwasher safe. The four, 18 feet tall shuttlecock sculptures by Claus Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen scattered across the Donald J. Hall Sculpture Park in Kansas City, MO, have become a cultural icon for both Kansas City and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Installed in 1994. Nelson-Atkins Museum Shop

Let's Go On a Field Trip - A Place-Based Learning Guide for Visiting a Museum (product for purchase)

Let's Go On a Field Trip - A Place-Based Learning Guide for Museums

Let's Go On a Field Trip - A Place-Based Learning Guide for Visiting a Museum (product for purchase)

100 Days of School, 100th Day Celebration, 100 Museum product from FullDayKindergarten on TeachersNotebook.com

100 Days of School, 100th Day Celebration, 100 Museum product from FullDayKindergarten on TeachersNotebook.com

Wax Museum Production This activity is already popular in schools everywhere. Have students research a historical figure. They present their research by dressing up like the person they studied and standing still like a wax figure. Encourage your students to consider how their historical figure might stand (think: is Abraham Lincoln poised and tall? Is Babe Ruth swinging a bat?). When their “buttons” are pushed, students spring to life as their historical figures and share key facts.

“How I Learned Not to Be Afraid of Theater”: 8 Ways to Bring the Theater Arts Into the 3–5 Classroom

Wax Museum Production This activity is already popular in schools everywhere. Have students research a historical figure. They present their research by dressing up like the person they studied and standing still like a wax figure. Encourage your students to consider how their historical figure might stand (think: is Abraham Lincoln poised and tall? Is Babe Ruth swinging a bat?). When their “buttons” are pushed, students spring to life as their historical figures and share key facts.

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