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Using a little plastic skeleton found at the Halloween section at Dollarama, the students shared what they knew about skeletons already.
When they share together, it is possible that the students are sharing new knowledge for their peers.
Using some little colourful 'bones', the students had a chance to create and then read their own graph. Using the 'more than' and 'less than' symbols was new for them this year.
Many years ago this cute little project was one that I found in a magazine. Imagine using Q-tips to create a skeleton. It was a fun way to review the names of the bones that we had learned in the morning, such as clavicle, spine, skull and femur.
Each one has its own personality!