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West Virginia University Nursery School students got a taste of each other's family history.

The students have been working on a Family History Museum project since October when they each started to build a family tree.

The project included students bringing in recipes or even antique tools.

Each student picked a family member to study and present to fellow classmates and their parents.

"It brings history more visible to them and more understanding to them. It actually got a lot of parents involved in studying their own history with the children," said Dr. Bobbie Warash, director of the WVU Nursery School.

Nursery school students presented family members that had traveled around the world and even relatives who made a difference right here in Morgantown.