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Mya Nebre holds her human skeleton creation

November 7, 2011 - This October 31st, the JK class at St.Bernadette Catholic School got into the Halloween spirit by creating spooky skeletons. Students used a variety of different materials to construct the many different parts of the human skeleton. Through hands-on investigation and focused exploration, students were able to better understand the make-up of the bones in their bodies. Mme Sally, their teacher, realized that "This particular learning opportunity helped the students see the many different intricacies that make up the skeleton. Students enjoyed learning through hands-on exploration!"



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