Campbellsville Middle School fifth-graders recently made books come alive.
Students worked in groups to read a book and then make it come alive by drawing the setting, plot, characters and more on a large treehouse.
They first traced a large treehouse and then worked together to draw their story inside the house.
After they finished, students presented their projects to CMS fourth-graders.
Students worked together on the project for several weeks in their leadership classes.
CMS fifth-grade teachers are Donna White, Jessica Lile, Ann Michael Tucker and Kaye Breeding.
CMS fifth-graders, from left, Ethan Cox, Caleb Holt and Halley Wooley work on their treehouse project.
CMS fifth-graders, from left, Kaydence Wethington, Angelica Seng and Zachary Akin work on their treehouse project.
From left, CMS fifth-graders Katlin Rainwater, Dakota Tungate and Isaac Garrison work on their treehouse project.
CMS fifth-grader Margaret Johnson colors her group’s treehouse project.
CMS fifth-graders Angelica Seng, at left, and Kaydence Wethington present their treehouse project to fourth-grade students.
CMS fifth-graders Brianna Atwood presents her group’s treehouse project to fourth-graders.
CMS fifth-grader Caleb Holt presents his group’s treehouse project to fourth-graders.
CMS fifth-graders Alex Martinez, at left, and Shawn Dong present their group’s treehouse project.