Texas school uses archery to teach math concepts

12/1/2013 | Killeen Daily Herald (Texas)

Some educators at a Texas elementary school are using archery lessons to teach third- through fifth-graders about math concepts such as area and perimeter. One hundred students showed up for the first archery club meeting. "It definitely helps in school because it uses the math part of the brain," fifth-grader Amy Miseli said.

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