Students use geometry to reshape newspapers

12/19/2013 | Lewistown Sentinel (Pa.)

Some elementary-school students in a school in Pennsylvania recently learned geometry concepts by building 2D and 3D shapes from newspapers. Students chose their shapes and then worked in teams to construct the final product. Students also were asked to explain how many math skills they used for the project.

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