Igloo project offers lessons in math, climate and manners

02/3/2010 | Midland Daily News (Mich.)

A teachers in a Michigan school helped kindergarten and first-grade students create an igloo out of plastic milk jugs to teach them about math, the properties of winter and showing appreciation for others. In addition to teaching them about Arctic and Antarctic climates, the project had students counting jugs by twos and 10s and writing thank-you notes to those who donated jugs for the endeavor, which cost $12.

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