Highlights from the King Tut Exhibit

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As reported by Hillside’s 5th and 6th grade.

Here is what you can expect when you go to see the King Tut exhibit at the Pacific Science Center.

Jordy says “[t]he rooms glow with artifacts that are detailed and colorful.”

Ally liked and recommended the cat sarcophaguses.

Parker was interested in how they buried people and pharaohs differently. He suggests seeing the documentary.

Ryan recommends that you stay back and let the crowd go ahead so that you can look at all the intricate art.

Clay learned that the Egyptians had indoor plumbing.  He also liked the documentary.

Santana was taken with the gold mask.  He recommends that you not eat the corn dogs.

Alex suggests that you also take in the puzzle room, which houses a giant rubric cube.

Sarah learned that Eygpt still has mummies buried in the ground.  She had a lot of fun and wish the exhibit would stay.

Kara encourages you to take you time and enjoy the exhibit.  She said that some of “[t]he statues are in good condition while others are beaten up. “

Aiden liked the cat and the burial mask.  He recommends reading Pyramids by Terry Pratchett before you go.

Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs 
At Pacific Science Center
May 24, 2012-January 6, 2013

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