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CES students learn about being healthy

Campbellsville Elementary School students recently learned about being healthy.

 

Campbellsville University students who are studying to be teachers recently visited CES to talk to kindergarten students about how they should be healthy and active.

 

The CU students met with the kindergarteners in small groups to discuss how important it is to eat fruits and vegetables.

 

Students also played Simon Says and freeze tag to demonstrate the importance of physical activity.

 

CU wrestler and education student Maria Ramos plays freeze tag with CES kindergarteners. From left are Jyra Welch, Trinity Clark and Addison Perkins.

CU wrestler and education student Maria Ramos plays freeze tag with CES kindergarteners. From left are Jyra Welch, Trinity Clark and Addison Perkins.

 

CU wrestler and education student Maria Ramos plays freeze tag with CES kindergarteners Jyra Welch, at left, and Isabella Stout.

CU wrestler and education student Maria Ramos plays freeze tag with CES kindergarteners Jyra Welch, at left, and Isabella Stout.

 

CES kindergarteners, from left, Trinity Clark, Isabella Stout and Jackson Wright play freeze tag.

CES kindergarteners, from left, Trinity Clark, Isabella Stout and Jackson Wright play freeze tag.

 

CES kindergarteners play freeze tag.

CES kindergarteners play freeze tag.

 

CU education student Kaylee Edwards talks to CES kindergarteners about the importance of eating fruit and vegetables.

CU education student Kaylee Edwards talks to CES kindergarteners about the importance of eating fruit and vegetables.

 

CES kindergarten students play Simon Says with CU education students.

CES kindergarten students play Simon Says with CU education students.





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