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Bluebird Houses

Forty-nine students built 70 bluebird houses to hang throughout the neighborhood. The wood was provided by the EPA and was cut by a wonderful volunteer. We then had a great day doing a multitude of math activities based on the geometry of the pieces and then assembled them in the classroom with a variety of electric screwdrivers and hammers. Each kid went home with one bluebird house to put in their own yard and we put up the extras around the school and the surrounding community. We had a blast!

CARRIED OUT BY:
Goodwin School, 4th Grade
Storrs, CT, USA

RESPONSIBLE TEACHER / SUPERVISOR:
Cantara / Toffenetti

SCHOOL PRINCIPAL / GROUP DIRECTOR:
Anne Rash


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