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4th grade held their Saloon Day today as a culmination of their PBL (Project Based Learning) about the California Gold Rush.

Hili shares, “We played games from the Gold Rush, and ate corn bread, pancakes, and the strawberries we planted. My favorite part of saloon day was dancing with my friends.”

Shaked reflects, “There was options of what you could do for the PBL. I’m doing the mining camp where we used lego characters as people and painted a river and a campfire with food roasting on it. Some made saloons and some made a port for boats. The second PBL I did was a general store and I made a miner’s bill and a catalog of items. My opinion is that the Gold Rush is not what you think it is! It’s not where everybody gets gold. It was a hard time where some people got rich and most people got even broker than when they arrived to California.”

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