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Paulo Ribenboim and Pedro Villa-Sanchez had studied in science class how joints and tendons work together to make arms and legs move. But when they got to see and touch the ligaments and bones with their hands, science came alive.
Paulo and Pedro were two of about 50 fifth graders a Simpsonville Elementary school who got to examine and dissect pig bones at school last week.
Fifth grade teacher Migon Wheeler said for the last several year teachers have been allowing the students to examine the pig bones in connection with teaching core content.
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