• Published March 21, 2023

    Kindergartners at Heritage Elementary had the opportunity to travel through history without leaving their school.

    On Thursday, March 9, students rotated throughout classrooms to see various historical objects, including a hand-cranked sewing machine, a rotary phone and a butter churn. After seeing each object and learning about its purpose, students were able to create their own butter by shaking heavy whipping cream until it became thick, and then they enjoyed their creation on crackers.

    "My favorite thing was the hair dryer," said HES kindergartner Reese Jackson. "It was really cool. My second favorite part was when I got to spin the numbers on the golden telephone."