Chocolate bars help students visualize fractions

10/6/2009 | Glendale News-Press (Calif.)

A California teacher is using Hershey's chocolate bars -- divided into 12 equal parts -- to teach students about fractions. Sixth-grade teacher Tsolaire Aghamanoukian said the candy bars help students visualize math lessons, such as identifying what one-third of the bar would be.

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