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1 Museum Entrance Welcome to the Lobby Room One Room Two Room Four Room Three The Biography Museum (2 nd Branch) Visit the Curator

2 Name of Museum Mrs. Barker Mrs. Barker has been the Media Specialist at River Ridge Elementary since its opening in 1997. She also directs the Morning Show and is the school’s Web Master. Working with the Fourth Grade Students on this Virtual Museum has been a great adventure! Back to Lobby Biography Museum

3 Name of Museum Room 1 Biography Museum

4 Name of Museum Room 2 Biography Museum

5 Name of Museum Room 3 Biography Museum

6 Name of Museum Room 4 Biography Museum

7 Name of Museum River Ridge Elementary School opened our doors to students on August 21, 1997. Our 100,000+ square foot building includes: computer labs, state of the art Media Center, Cafetorium, Gymnasium, Art, and Music rooms. We serve over 700 students ages 3 through 4th grade. River Ridge Elementary Back to Room 1

8 Name of Museum Thomas Edison was born in Ohio on Feb. 11,1847. He married Mary Stillwell, had six kids: Marion, Thomas, William, Charles, Theodore, and Madeline. He had three months of formal schooling. He set up shops in Park Sand, New Jersey. He had more than 1,000 inventions. The biggest were the light bulb and the movie camera. By Emma & Mikayla Thomas Edison Back to Room 1

9 Name of Museum Louisa May Alcott was born on November 20, 1832. The members of her family are her mom and dad. In eighteen thirty four Alcott, Louisa May moved to Boston Massachusetts. Louisa May wrote books for adults. Most of Louisa May’s life she was in bad health. Louisa May Alcott was best known for her book, Little Women. Back then women had very few jobs. She died March 6, 1888. By Mia & Anslee Louisa May Alcott Back to Room 1

10 Name of Museum William Shakespeare was born in April 26, 1564. His parents name was John and Mary. He also had 2 sisters and three younger brothers. After a few years his parents died and he married his wife. He had a daughter and sons that are twins. He wrote many comedies, tragedies, and poems. He died in April 23, 1616. By Trey & Grace William Shakespeare Back to Room 1

11 Name of Museum Christopher Columbus was born 500 years ago. His father was a weaver. He had a young brother, Bartholomew and a wife named Dona. When he was 31, he became a master mariner. His first wreck was in 1476. He sailed the Atlantic Ocean in 1492 with his ships the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria. He is credited with discovering America. By Amanda & Chelsea Christopher Columbus Back to Room 2

12 Name of Museum Isaac Newton was born on December 24, 1642. His father died before he was born. His mother decided to remarry and raise another family. His childhood was unhappy. In Isaac Newton’s adult life, He went to Trinity College. The school was closed for 18 month’s for epidemic. An epidemic is a widespread outbreak of illness. Newton went home to study. He was never married or never had children. He graduated in 1667 from Trinity College in Cambridge, England. He was a teacher, and also continued experiments. In 1670, he became interested in optics and invented the reflecting telescope. In 1679, he studied gravity and came up with the three laws of motion. By Hudson and Destiny Isaac Newton Back to Room 2

13 Name of Museum Eli Whitney was born on December 8, 1765 in Westboro, Massachusetts. He was born into farming family. He graduated from Yale University in 1792. He moved to Georgia when he was 32 years old. He married Henrietta Edwards in January 1817. Eli Whiney invented the cotton gin. By Mandy & Kristina Eli Whitney Back to Room 2

14 Name of Museum Napoleon was born on August,15,1769. He lived on a small farm in Corsica. He had one son and then got divorced. Later he had two more sons. He became an emperor of France in the 1800’s. He died on May 5,1821. By DJ & Amber Napoleon I of France Back to Room 3

15 Name of Museum He was born in 1491. He had a brother, father, and mother. In his early life he had a good education. In his adult life he was a wealthy king. He had 8 wives and beheaded 2 of them. He died in 1547. By Te’Andre & Aimee King Henry VIII of England Back to Room 3

16 Name of Museum E.B White was born in Mount Vernon on July 11, 1899. His mother took care of 6 children. His dad made pianos. A publisher asked him to write a book called “The Elements of Style”. In 1929, he got one of his poems published. His wife was Katherine his wife and his kids were Nancy, Roger, and Joey. He was known for writing children books. By Evin, Christian & Breanna E.B. White Back to Room 3

17 Name of Museum Thomas Edison was born February 11, 1847. He lived in Ohio. When he was 7 years old he was a news paperboy. He became an inventor. He invented the light bulb in 1879. By Shawn & Carmen Thomas Edison Back to Room 4

18 Name of Museum Thomas was born on February 11, 1847 in Ohio. He has six people in his family. Thomas did some good stuff in his early life. He created the first light bulb. He died on October 18, 1931 in New Jersey. By Thomas & Sabrie Thomas Edison Back to Room 4

19 Name of Museum Phillip II of Spain was born in 1527. He had a mother, dad, and one sister named Elizabeth. He was hard working, but he didn’t trust anyone. Phillip married Maria in 1554. He became the king of Spain in 1556. He died in 1598. By Maddy & Zechariah King Phillip II of Spain Back to Room 4

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