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CES students sing about snow

Campbellsville Elementary School students recently sang about snow.

 

Singing to the tune of Jingle Bells, kindergarteners in Cyndi Chadwick’s music class learned a song all about snow.

 

They practiced singing softly, slow, loud and then very fast.

 

And they made their very own snowballs out of paper, which they attempted to throw in a bucket at the end of the song.

 

CES kindergarteners throw their snowballs in the bucket at the end of their song.

CES kindergarteners throw their snowballs in the bucket at the end of their song.

 

CES music teacher tells kindergarteners to sing their song about snow softly at first, and then very loud. From left are Casen Meredith, Daven Davis and LeeAnna Garvin.

CES music teacher tells kindergarteners to sing their song about snow softly at first, and then very loud. From left are Casen Meredith, Daven Davis and LeeAnna Garvin.

 

CES kindergarteners throw their snowballs in the bucket at the end of their song.

CES kindergarteners throw their snowballs in the bucket at the end of their song.

 

CES kindergarteners collect their snowballs at the end of their song.

CES kindergarteners collect their snowballs at the end of their song.

 

CES kindergarteners throw their snowballs in the bucket at the end of their song.

CES kindergarteners throw their snowballs in the bucket at the end of their song.

 

CES kindergarteners throw their snowballs in the bucket at the end of their song. From left are Lillie Judd, Aubreigh Knifley, Zoe Weddle, Madison Wilhoite and Michael Terry.

CES kindergarteners throw their snowballs in the bucket at the end of their song. From left are Lillie Judd, Aubreigh Knifley, Zoe Weddle, Madison Wilhoite and Michael Terry.





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