A scene from 'Math in Bath with Mrs. Bliss'

A scene from 'Math in Bath with Mrs. Bliss' (Source: Megan Bliss / Facebook)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A southern Indiana math coach is using the Internet and her bathtub to sharpen students' math skills while they're stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Megan Bliss, a math coach at Slate Run Elementary School, created a video she calls "Math in Bath with Mrs. Bliss." In the video, she teaches about the different types of triangles, using plastic shapes and erasable markers -- all in her bathroom.

She even uses her glass shower doors as a blackboard.

The video was posted on Facebook.

Bliss says she wanted to come up with a way to keep students engaged while learning at home.

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