Fable Wax Museum at Balboa Elementary - gallery 2
Date: 5/15/2010 Album ID: 1004557
Photos by Steven Rosenberg/Los Angeles Daily News
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First-graders at Balboa Magnet Elementary in Northridge bring Aesop's Fables to life with handmade backgrounds and costumes on Friday, May 14, 2010. The students in Mrs. Rori Albert and Mrs. Juli Petrilli's classes each recited their fables and the moral illustrated by the story. They then invited parents and guests to guess the title of their classic fable.
First-graders in Mrs. Rori Albert and Mrs. Juli Petrilli's classes at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010, performed in a Fable Wax Museum, creating backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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First-graders in Mrs. Rori Albert and Mrs. Juli Petrilli's classes at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010, performed in a Fable Wax Museum, creating backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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First-graders in Mrs. Rori Albert and Mrs. Juli Petrilli's classes at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010, performed in a Fable Wax Museum, creating backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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First-graders in Mrs. Rori Albert and Mrs. Juli Petrilli's classes at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010, performed in a Fable Wax Museum, creating backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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First-graders in Mrs. Rori Albert and Mrs. Juli Petrilli's classes at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010, performed in a Fable Wax Museum, creating backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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Ava Rosenberg, 6, is one of the first-graders performing in a Fable Wax Museum at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010. The students created backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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First-graders in Mrs. Rori Albert and Mrs. Juli Petrilli's classes at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010, performed in a Fable Wax Museum, creating backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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First-graders in Mrs. Rori Albert and Mrs. Juli Petrilli's classes at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010, performed in a Fable Wax Museum, creating backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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Caleb Cohen is one of the first-graders performing in a Fable Wax Museum at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010. The students created backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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Hope Beng, 6, is one of the first-graders performing in a Fable Wax Museum at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010. The students created backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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Rebecca Sanchez, 7, is one of the first-graders performing in a Fable Wax Museum at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010. The students created backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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First-graders in Mrs. Rori Albert and Mrs. Juli Petrilli's classes at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010, performed in a Fable Wax Museum, creating backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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First-graders in Mrs. Rori Albert and Mrs. Juli Petrilli's classes at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010, performed in a Fable Wax Museum, creating backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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Casey Park, 6, is one of the first-graders performing in a Fable Wax Museum at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010. The students created backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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Sean Caldoza, 7, is one of the first-graders performing in a Fable Wax Museum at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010. The students created backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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Cassidy Dalva, 6, is one of the first-graders performing in a Fable Wax Museum at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010. The students created backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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Elliot Fleck, 7, is one of the first-graders performing in a Fable Wax Museum at Balboa Magnet Elementary School in Northridge on Friday, May 14, 2010. The students created backgrounds and costumes for Aesop's Fables. When parents and other guests press the button on their costume, the students recited their fables and the moral of the story and then asked those listening to guess the title of their fable. (Steven Rosenberg/Daily News)
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