History lessons shared via musical production in Neb. elementary school

Prescott Elementary School students in Lincoln, Neb., recently became settlers on the Oregon Trail to act out Nebraska's history for their school. They dressed in pioneer costumes and sang folk songs from the 1800s for a schoolwide show. The students are part of an after-school club that uses music to teach history to students in third through fifth grades.

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