Students use math to construct a gingerbread town

01/9/2014 | Nelson Star (British Columbia)

Some students at an elementary school in Canada recently used gingerbread to construct a scale replica of their community. Students learned about space, shape and patterns during the two-week construction project. They also learned about the history of the town, the origins of ginger and how to choose colors for the village.

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