Children learn about different cultures

March 5, 2009 | 12:53 a.m. CST
In the Museum of Anthropology on Tuesday, Samantha Hunter, Anna Frieden, and Jessica Boldt hosted one in a series of classes teaching first- through fifth-graders about different cultures. This week their topic was the Native Americans of the northwest United States. Frieden explains why she thinks storytelling is important, and Hunter takes the kids outdoors to play a game. Then Memphis Hatten, 7, explains what she learned.

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