Students create healthy food sculptures

04/9/2012 | Ambler Gazette (Pa.)

Eighth-graders at a Pennsylvania school constructed sculptures of healthy food -- such as milk, salad, grapes and watermelon -- as part of the school's recognition of National Nutrition Month. The sculptures, displayed at school, initially were proposed by a 13-year-old student and then incorporated into a class art project. "I thought this would be a fun way to get people involved and thinking about what they're eating in school," said the student, Kaylee Wilkins.

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