Students use math skills to build "little libraries"

04/12/2014 | Herald (Rock Hill, S.C.), The

Problem-solving, teamwork, technology, math and other skills recently were put to the test when some students from an elementary school in South Carolina gathered to build mini-libraries. The community-service project involved students constructing the libraries, which are then placed around town to give people easier access to books. "We're using a mixture of math and we're learning how to use tools appropriately," student Trevor Millington said.

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