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CES kindergarteners play sight word games

Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarten students are working hard to learn their sight words.

 

Each week, students are given a list of words to study, and learn to spell and write.

 

In Kimberly Clark’s class, students recently played games to help learn their words.

 

One of the games involved students using clothes pins with letters written on them to spell their words.

 

In other games, students practiced counting by putting cards with numbers on them in order.

 

CES kindergartener Natalee Shaw spells “too” with clothes pins.

CES kindergartener Natalee Shaw spells “too” with clothes pins.

 

From left, CES kindergarteners Hannah Matias, Aubrey Wilson and Kasen Smith search for letters as they spell words with clothes pins.

From left, CES kindergarteners Hannah Matias, Aubrey Wilson and Kasen Smith search for letters as they spell words with clothes pins.

 

CES kindergartener Ava Bennett-Marr counts.

CES kindergartener Ava Bennett-Marr counts.

 

CES kindergartener Gage Henderson practices counting.

CES kindergartener Gage Henderson practices counting.

 

CES kindergarteners Alex Eggers, at left, and Kira Dotson put number flash cards in order.

CES kindergarteners Alex Eggers, at left, and Kira Dotson put number flash cards in order.

 

CES kindergarteners Kasen Smith, at left, and Natalee Shaw spell words with clothes pins.

CES kindergarteners Kasen Smith, at left, and Natalee Shaw spell words with clothes pins.

 

CES kindergartener Hannah Matias spells “we” with clothes pins.

CES kindergartener Hannah Matias spells “we” with clothes pins.





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