Visiting Ancient Cultures Without Ever Leaving College Station

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Visiting Ancient Cultures Without Ever Leaving College Station


You can not put a price on the experiences I have being a Realtor in Bryan/College Station! I get to see beautiful homes and meet amazing people. In addition to that, I am able to set my own schedule which affords me the opportunity to attend my children’s activities and spend time volunteering at their schools.

I love reading with the children weekly at Forest Ridge Elementary in College Station. I get such personal satisfaction when I see how the children are growing and learning!

We are so lucky to live in Bryan/College Station because we have some of the best schools and teachers around! Today, I had the pleasure of attending the Forest Ridge Elementary 3rd Grade Ancient Cultures Museum. After studying the ancient cultures of Greece, Rome, Mesopotamia, and Egypt, the students constructed games such as “Culturopoly, Pin the Shield on the Gladiator, Memory: Zeus Edition”, and many others. Many visitors from around the school and the community attended the museum and got to enjoy the games.

A plethora of students and teachers were dressed up in ancient culture costumes to make the most of the Museum experience! 3rd grade teachers, Rick Landmann and Brooke Lyon were dressed in Roman attire and even some of the class pets(a life sized stuffed mountain lion) were dressed in ancient garb. Mrs. Lyon said that it really helps the students not just learn the material for a test but to retain the material since they felt like they had been there!

I am so glad that my children attend schools where the teachers put everything into truly teaching the material in a way the students will enjoy and remember!

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