The Avery Bunch

6th Grade Class

Biography Museum 2009-10

Below is a video to celebrate last year’s class after the Biography Museum. Each student had to pick a historical figure, research him or her, dress up as that person, and bring in five artifacts that would represent that character. We look forward to it every year!

16 Comments

  1. Mr. Avery,
    You worked so hard on that. I loved the music and I loved how you had the scenes change!

  2. I want to be Mary Cassatt!

  3. Carly (Natlie's sister)

    February 19, 2011 at 12:58 pm

    Dear Mr. Avery,

    I remember when i was in the biography museum. I was Phillis Weatley. The biography museum was a lot of work but it was really fun.

    Carly

  4. Dear Mr. Avery,

    I bet last years students were great. That vidieo you put together was amazing!
    I have just one question though, how do you put those videos together? It must be really hard. ♥

    From,
    Amanda

  5. Dear Mr.Avery,

    I loved that video! I hope we get to do a cool video too! :D Well, I have a LOT more to learn about Juliette Low.

    Sincerely,
    Ashley :mr.green:

  6. Dear Mr. Avery,

    I love this video! When I picked the picture of Napoleon for the slide show, I thought that that was a cool painting that was full of action. But later I found out that when they painted that picture, Napoleon was on a mule climbing up rocky mountains but he told the painter to paint him an a beautiful white horse. I think that it was a good idea to do the biography museum because when I started that project I had know idea who he was, but now a think that he was amazing. :D

    Morgan M

  7. Dear Mr. Avery,

    Looking back on this it brings back so many memories back. It was really fun getting to dress up as a famous person. I was also a catcher so I got to wear all of my baseball stuff to school.

    Your Student,
    Frankie

  8. Dear Mr. Avery,

    When I watch this video I remember how long of hair I had. I will never grow my hair out long again. I am still sad….

    Your Student,
    Frankie

  9. Dear Mr.Avery

    It wows me at what you can do with a computer and a camera you are more tech handy than i could ever hope to be! Thank you! Please write back.

    From
    Amanda

  10. Dear Mr. Avery,
    Everyone looks great! They did A nice job on their project. You did a really good job on the video. Those are really great pictures.
    Sincerely,
    Jenna

  11. Dear Mr.Avery,
    I really liked the video It was amazing! I loved how you changed the each of the people so creativity. The music was really good, I liked the song.

    Sincerely,
    Marshall :mrgreen:

  12. Dear Mr. Avery,
    I love middle school (except homework) and looking back at this is just memorable and some funny moments too! Also, you and Ms. Girard are the BEST 6th grade teachers EVER!!!!! Miss you!

    From the one and only,
    Tess

    • Dear Tess,

      I’m really glad to hear that you’re loving middle school. Everyone that I’ve seen or heard from so far has loved it! Sam and Alyxandra have come to visit and I saw Moriah the other day. Everyone has really enjoyed it so far!

      You’ll have to come visit sometime and let Miss Girard and myself know all about middle school!

      Sincerely,
      Mr. Avery

    • P.S. I heard you’re doing well in your math class. I’m really glad to hear that!

  13. Barbara Butler

    March 6, 2013 at 9:12 am

    It’s only 6 in the morning and I’ve only had one cup of coffee, but I can’t WAIT to show this video to my 5th graders to inspire them for the Wax Museum we’ll be hosting next month. This video is really beautiful… those 6th grade faces and that song just gets you right…there. Nicely done:)

  14. Dear Mr. Avery,

    Even though it has been a while since this was made I think it is awesome. I remember doing this even though I was only in there for a couple of minutes before I almost past out and had to go to the nurse for the rest of the time.

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