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CES students paint pandas

Campbellsville Elementary School students recently painted their own pandas.

 

Lisa Wiseman read “Please, Mr. Panda” and “I’ll Wait, Mr. Panda,” to her students.

 

The books are about manners and depict a panda interacting with other animals.

 

After Wiseman read the books, students made their own pandas out of white paint.

 

Students used forks to make their panda’s fur and then added his eyes and nose.

 

CES kindergartener Travontae Jones paints with a fork to make his panda’s face.

CES kindergartener Travontae Jones paints with a fork to make his panda’s face.

 

CES kindergartener Kingston Cowherd paints with a fork to make his panda’s face.

CES kindergartener Kingston Cowherd paints with a fork to make his panda’s face.

 

CES teacher Lisa Wiseman helps kindergartener Adelyn Litsey paint with a fork to make her panda’s face.

CES teacher Lisa Wiseman helps kindergartener Adelyn Litsey paint with a fork to make her panda’s face.

 

CES kindergartener Hayden Goff paints with a fork to make his panda’s face.

CES kindergartener Hayden Goff paints with a fork to make his panda’s face.

 

CES kindergartener Adelyn Litsey paints with a fork to make her panda’s face.

CES kindergartener Adelyn Litsey paints with a fork to make her panda’s face.

 

CES kindergartener Tabitha Leggett paints with a fork to make her panda’s face.

CES kindergartener Tabitha Leggett paints with a fork to make her panda’s face.

 

CES kindergartener Emmaline Vespie paints with a fork to make her panda’s face.

CES kindergartener Emmaline Vespie paints with a fork to make her panda’s face.

 

CES kindergartener Landry Brown paints with a fork to make his panda’s face.

CES kindergartener Landry Brown paints with a fork to make his panda’s face.

 

CES kindergartener Jamerius Miller paints with a fork to make his panda’s face.

CES kindergartener Jamerius Miller paints with a fork to make his panda’s face.





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