Kan. students connect math and agriculture

11/11/2013 | Garden City Telegram (Kansas), The

Elementary students at a Kansas school are learning the importance of math in farming and agriculture. Local farmers and community-college students recently came together to lead activities at the school. They brought an 18-foot-tall earth balloon to help students calculate how much of the earth is covered in water and used pumpkins for measurement and ranking exercises.

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