Liam Hotte is capturing this moment in time. The Grade 2 student from Beaverlodge Elementary School has been busy creating a time capsule for one of his home learning projects.
Grade 2 teacher Joey Wieliczko says, "Liam has worked on several memory activities over the past month, from interviewing his parents about these unprecedented times, to documenting family handprints, including his pets' paw prints, to collecting newspaper clippings."
"I wonder what Liam's future self will reminisce about as he revisits the memories stored in his sealed container," muses Ms. Wieliczko.
According to his parents, the time capsule is stuffed with everything imaginable; adding their challenge now is convincing Liam to wait more than two years to reopen it. Liam was the one who suggested a two-year timeframe, but his parents are hoping he can hold out for 10 years and open it on his Grade 12 graduation.
Pictured: Grade 2 student Liam Hotte buried a time capsule that he worked on for more than a month.