Fourth Grade Studies North Carolina

As culmination to the fourth grade’s unit studying North Carolina, students were asked to choose a NC landmark or notable North Carolinian to research. In addition to their research, they created visual aids for their presentations in class. For those who explored notable people, they were allowed to dress as those people. Set-up in the dining commons, parents and other lower school classes were invited to come learn more about North Carolina from the fourth grade students.

Fun Fact:
The word “Tar Heel” is not only applicable to any person who is a fan of UNC-Chapel Hill sports or a student of UNC-Chapel Hill. “Tar Heel” has been a term used to define any person from North Carolina and dates to the 1800’s when the prominence of North Carolina’s pine trees provided tar (rosin) and turpentine making North Carolina the leading provider of such materials for the naval industry.

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