Kindergarten students at The Wardlaw+Hartridge School in Edison are learning about 3D shapes. They have learned to identify each shape based on its attributes, such as faces, points and edges, as well as whether each shape rolls or stacks.

The Kindergarteners had to go on a 3D shape hunt at home to collect items for their 3D Shape Museum. The museum was visited by their fifth grade buddies and first grade friends. The Kindergarteners were the museum's docents, explaining each 3D piece and its significance to their visitors.

The Wardlaw+Hartridge School is Central Jersey’s premier PreK-12 independent school. The campus is located at 1295 Inman Ave. in North Edison, near the Scotch Plains border and just five miles from downtown Westfield. It is a private, nonsectarian, coeducational day school that prepares students to lead and succeed in a world of global interconnection. Wardlaw+Hartridge provides an educational atmosphere characterized by academic challenge, support for individual excellence, diversity, and a familial sense of community.