Middle school students created a living billboard to bring awareness to cancer.
Seventh grade students at Holy Family School in Topeka created a living billboard to mark the 38th American Cancer Society Great American Smokeout.
The living billboard project includes a classroom discussion on the dangers and health consequences of tobacco use.
This part of the lesson creates a visual representation, with students creating a bar graph and pie chart using their own bodies.
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