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Science Students Get Creative to Make Skeleton Models Come to Life
Posted 06/15/2020 10:57AM

6th graders in Liz Kim's science class used their ingenuity to create moving skeletal models from materials they had on hand at home. The assignment was part of their unit about the human body systems. Students got creative with impressive results, creating moving hand models from paper, cardboard, ribbon, straws, and even hair ties! Check out the slideshow below to see photos. 

 

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