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September 26, 2018

Granby students use “bones” during Halloween-themed math lesson


Students at Granby Elementary School got into the spirit of Halloween…

… even during recent math lessons.

Students in Tom Brigg’s class at Granby Elementary School used “candy bones” during a graphing exercise that incorporated Halloween fun into a math lesson.  Pictured is Zoey Stone as she records the number of skeleton bones from her graph.

Students in Tom Brigg’s class at Granby Elementary School used “candy bones” during a graphing exercise that incorporated Halloween fun into a math lesson. Pictured is Zoey Stone as she records the number of skeleton bones from her graph.

Giselle Campbell tracks the number of skeletal body parts she has in her candy bag by placing them on the graph paper during Tom Briggs’ second grade math lesson during Halloween week at Granby Elementary School.

Giselle Campbell tracks the number of skeletal body parts she has in her candy bag by placing them on the graph paper during Tom Briggs’ second grade math lesson during Halloween week at Granby Elementary School.

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