Campbellsville Middle School students are working together on a book project.
In their leveled reading class, students were recently divided into groups. Group members chose a book to read and then completed some worksheets to plan their project.
Students were asked to write about the plot, theme, story elements and characters.
Afterward, students worked to draw character sketches.
To complete the project, students chose a scene from the story to act out with each other.
Students drew their scenes to help them prepare.
CMS sixth-graders Ethan Bright, at left, and Zavian McColley color a scene from their book.
CMS seventh-graders Kitana Taylor, at left, and Myricle Gholston color a scene from their book.
CMS students work in groups to draw and color scenes from their books.
CMS fifth-graders Karlie Cox, at left, and Angelica Seng talk about their drawing.
From left, CMS fifth-graders Ashton Davis, Isaac Garrison and Jovi Bowen color a scene from their book.
CMS seventh-graders Savannah Gumm, at left, and Serenity Ford color a scene from their book.
CMS fifth-grader Diego Noyola colors a scene from his book.
CMS seventh-grader Gabby Skaggs colors a scene from her group’s book.
CMS fifth-grader Brianna Dobson, at left, and fourth-grader Zeke Harris sketch a scene from their book.
CMS seventh-grader Serenity Ford colors a scene from her book.