‘Geometry with a Twist’ at Ashley Falls

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Ashley Falls PTA recently hosted the Ashley Falls Family Science Night, “Geometry with a Twist,” in partnership with the Ruben H. Fleet Science Center. ESC teachers, the school principal, and parents all pitched in to help students use their minds and bodies to explore real-world examples of geometrical concepts, including angles, tessellations, spatial reasoning, symmetry, scale, and much more.  (Above) Event participants and attendees. Courtesy photos.

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