6th Graders Build Scale-Model Villages for Godzilla to Destroy

6th graders had fun building and destroying scale-model villages using graham crackers (all left over from Blue Ridge Day - thanks to the PTA) and icing. They used calculations to determine the scale of their villages, then figured out how big a person could be to live in that village, and how big a 'Godzilla' would have to be to stomp the village flat. They worked in teams of two or three to create the villages. In case you were wondering, the Godzillas ranged in size from 100 to 1000 feet tall and all of the villages were destroyed on an exciting Godzilla Day.