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Dossin Maritime Museum

It sounds like the visit to the Dossin Maritime Museum was both educational and engaging for the third-graders! Learning about the role of a ship captain, exploring the interior of a freight ship, and discovering the history of the Edmund Fitzgerald must have been fascinating experiences for them.

It's wonderful that they had the opportunity to not only learn about maritime history but also to interact with exhibits in a hands-on way, such as pretending to be a ship captain like Mr. Neal. These experiences can make learning more memorable and enjoyable for students.

Visits to museums and other educational sites provide valuable opportunities for students to broaden their horizons and deepen their understanding of the world around them. It's fantastic to see educators organizing such enriching experiences for their students.


Students and two teachers


Teacher with students