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CES preschool students learn about science

Campbellsville Elementary School preschool students recently learned about science.

 

Campbellsville University education student Jordan Bray came to CES to teach students about chemical reactions and to lead them in art activities.

 

First, Bray read students a story about frogs. They then made their own lily pads out of paper plates and coffee filters.

 

Next, the students learned what happens when vinegar is mixed with baking soda.

 

Bray gave each student a tray full of baking soda and then set up four cups of colored vinegar.

 

After students used droppers to add each color to their baking soda, Bray asked students to place a piece of paper on top of their tray. When they lifted the paper, students saw they had made their own unique artwork.

 

CES preschool students Chanler Mann, at left, and Alinna Bray color their paper plates, which will soon become lily pads.

CES preschool students Chanler Mann, at left, and Alinna Bray color their paper plates, which will soon become lily pads.

 

CES preschool student Cameron Dean colors his paper plate, which will become a lily pad.

CES preschool student Cameron Dean colors his paper plate, which will become a lily pad.

 

CES preschool students Elijah Russell, at left, and Addisyn Taylor color their coffee filters, which they will use to add a finishing touch to their lily pads.

CES preschool students Elijah Russell, at left, and Addisyn Taylor color their coffee filters, which they will use to add a finishing touch to their lily pads.

 

CES preschool student Trinity Dye colors her coffee filter, which will add the finishing touch to her lily pad.

CES preschool student Trinity Dye colors her coffee filter, which will add the finishing touch to her lily pad.

 

CES preschool student Heather Leggett colors her coffee filter, which will add the finishing touch to her lily pad.

CES preschool student Heather Leggett colors her coffee filter, which will add the finishing touch to her lily pad.

 

CES preschool student Lillian Merriweather colors her coffee filter, which will add the finishing touch to her lily pad.

CES preschool student Lillian Merriweather colors her coffee filter, which will add the finishing touch to her lily pad.

 

Campbellsville University education student Jordan Bray gives preschool students cups of colored vinegar. They will use the vinegar to see how it reacts with baking soda.

Campbellsville University education student Jordan Bray gives preschool students cups of colored vinegar. They will use the vinegar to see how it reacts with baking soda.

 

CES preschool students, from left, Elijah Russell, Addisyn Taylor, Rylee Karr and Cameron Dean add colored vinegar to baking soda to see its reaction.

CES preschool students, from left, Elijah Russell, Addisyn Taylor, Rylee Karr and Cameron Dean add colored vinegar to baking soda to see its reaction.

 

CES preschool students Jacob Parrish, at left, and Trinity Dye add colored vinegar to baking soda to see its reaction.

CES preschool students Jacob Parrish, at left, and Trinity Dye add colored vinegar to baking soda to see its reaction.

 

CES preschool students Heather Leggett, at left, and Kingston Cowherd add colored vinegar to baking soda to see its reaction.

CES preschool students Heather Leggett, at left, and Kingston Cowherd add colored vinegar to baking soda to see its reaction.

 

From left, CES preschool students Kingston Cowherd, Jacob Parrish and Trinity Dye add colored vinegar to baking soda to see its reaction.

From left, CES preschool students Kingston Cowherd, Jacob Parrish and Trinity Dye add colored vinegar to baking soda to see its reaction.

 

From left, CES preschool students Alinna Bray, Kennon Dotson, Lillian Merriweather, Reece Williams and Chanler Mann add colored vinegar to baking soda to see its reaction.

From left, CES preschool students Alinna Bray, Kennon Dotson, Lillian Merriweather, Reece Williams and Chanler Mann add colored vinegar to baking soda to see its reaction.

 

CES preschool students, from left, Cameron Dean, Elijah Russell, Addisyn Taylor and Rylee Karr add colored vinegar to baking soda to see its reaction.

CES preschool students, from left, Cameron Dean, Elijah Russell, Addisyn Taylor and Rylee Karr add colored vinegar to baking soda to see its reaction.





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