Immaculate Conception students learn about measurements
FRANKLIN — Third graders at Immaculate Conception Regional School recently participated in Measurement Day.
The students were given real world tasks pertaining to measuring height, length, weight, and capacity. They gathered, presented and analyzed their data using both standard and metric measurements.
They then presented their findings to their classmates. The students enjoyed a day of solving real-world problems using measurement.
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