Minetto fourth graders use life skills to complete Halloween teamwork activity

From left, Emma Terzulli, Ellie Laird, DeAnthony Sanchez and Ryan Sharkey work together during a BreakoutEDU activity amongst their fellow Minetto Elementary School fourth-grade classmates in the school’s library media center.

MINETTO - Minetto Elementary School fourth-graders recently participated in a BreakoutEDU activity where they were tasked with solving “Halloween Haunted House Gets Ghosted”.

In small groups, students worked together as they utilized problem-solving, critical thinking, math and teamwork skills to help save parents from turning into pumpkins before time was up. Upon completion of each of the five tasks involved, students were required to unlock each of the five locks and save the day.

Amy Sullivan, fourth-grade teacher, offered thanks to library media specialist Kimberly LeRoy for her creation of the enrichment activity.

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