Square-wheeled tricycle helps students learn math

05/8/2014 | Herald (Rock Hill, S.C.), The

A class of fifth-graders at an elementary school in South Carolina recently learned math concepts by studying a tricycle with square, wooden wheels and a window filled with a hexagon pattern. The problems were part of a dozen learning stations where students could get hands-on experience with math. "This is just exposing them beyond the textbook, it's exposing them to math around us," said teacher Patricia Smith.

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