Ind. 6th-graders get hands-on during study of Renaissance

02/25/2014 | Greensburg Daily News (Ind.)

Sixth-graders at Greensburg Junior High School in Indiana recently explored the Renaissance through hands-on science and social studies projects. Students researched the lives of historical figures and inventions of the time such as catapults and crossbows. Students built models and made presentations about their projects to small groups and their science and social studies teacher, Sonja Linville.

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