The Animal Museum


Ragan Saylor, left, of Sidney, daughter of Holli and Jon Saylor, wears on her head the moth she constructed, eliciting a smile from Amber Leopold, 7, of Anna, daughter of Kyle and Kim Leopold, at Anna Elementary School, Friday, April 7. The girls were taking part in the school’s “Animal Museum,” an annual activity by first-graders. Students had to choose an animal, write a report on it and then construct a model of it. Four rooms were opened up so the kids could display their animals for family and friends.

Ragan Saylor, left, of Sidney, daughter of Holli and Jon Saylor, wears on her head the moth she constructed, eliciting a smile from Amber Leopold, 7, of Anna, daughter of Kyle and Kim Leopold, at Anna Elementary School, Friday, April 7. The girls were taking part in the school’s “Animal Museum,” an annual activity by first-graders. Students had to choose an animal, write a report on it and then construct a model of it. Four rooms were opened up so the kids could display their animals for family and friends.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Locklan New, left, 7, of Anna, son of Rod and Rachel New, shows his grasshopper to Tara Hewitt, of Sidney, at the Anna first-graders’ “Animal Museum,” Friday, April 7. Students had to choose an animal, write a report on it and then construct a model of it. Four rooms were opened up so the kids could display their animals for family and friends.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Ragan Saylor, left, of Sidney, daughter of Holli and Jon Saylor, wears on her head the moth she constructed, eliciting a smile from Amber Leopold, 7, of Anna, daughter of Kyle and Kim Leopold, at Anna Elementary School, Friday, April 7. The girls were taking part in the school’s “Animal Museum,” an annual activity by first-graders. Students had to choose an animal, write a report on it and then construct a model of it. Four rooms were opened up so the kids could display their animals for family and friends.

Locklan New, left, 7, of Anna, son of Rod and Rachel New, shows his grasshopper to Tara Hewitt, of Sidney, at the Anna first-graders’ “Animal Museum,” Friday, April 7. Students had to choose an animal, write a report on it and then construct a model of it. Four rooms were opened up so the kids could display their animals for family and friends.

Ragan Saylor, left, of Sidney, daughter of Holli and Jon Saylor, wears on her head the moth she constructed, eliciting a smile from Amber Leopold, 7, of Anna, daughter of Kyle and Kim Leopold, at Anna Elementary School, Friday, April 7. The girls were taking part in the school’s “Animal Museum,” an annual activity by first-graders. Students had to choose an animal, write a report on it and then construct a model of it. Four rooms were opened up so the kids could display their animals for family and friends.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/04/web1_SDN040817Museum1.jpgRagan Saylor, left, of Sidney, daughter of Holli and Jon Saylor, wears on her head the moth she constructed, eliciting a smile from Amber Leopold, 7, of Anna, daughter of Kyle and Kim Leopold, at Anna Elementary School, Friday, April 7. The girls were taking part in the school’s “Animal Museum,” an annual activity by first-graders. Students had to choose an animal, write a report on it and then construct a model of it. Four rooms were opened up so the kids could display their animals for family and friends. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Locklan New, left, 7, of Anna, son of Rod and Rachel New, shows his grasshopper to Tara Hewitt, of Sidney, at the Anna first-graders’ “Animal Museum,” Friday, April 7. Students had to choose an animal, write a report on it and then construct a model of it. Four rooms were opened up so the kids could display their animals for family and friends.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/04/web1_SDN040817Museum2.jpgLocklan New, left, 7, of Anna, son of Rod and Rachel New, shows his grasshopper to Tara Hewitt, of Sidney, at the Anna first-graders’ “Animal Museum,” Friday, April 7. Students had to choose an animal, write a report on it and then construct a model of it. Four rooms were opened up so the kids could display their animals for family and friends. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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