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Design a Museum Exhibit | CMSMatHome

 

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Have you ever designed an exhibit? Let’s make one together! Gather some materials, such as paper, cardboard, recycled items, markers, crayons, scissors, tape, ribbon…
 
Think about exhibits you have seen and explored. What are your interests? What would you like to make? Who is it for, what materials does it need? What will it teach people, and why?
 
Sketch your design, then create a diorama.

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