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CES students practice keeping the beat

Campbellsville Elementary School students are practicing keeping the beat.

 

In their music class, students are learning about strong and weak beats.

 

After singing a fun song to get them moving, the second-graders learned how to emphasize certain beats, while always keeping their beat steady.

 

Coreena King, a student teacher from Campbellsville University, led the lesson.

 

Campbellsville University student teacher Coreena King leads CES second-graders in singing “A Tooty Tay.”

Campbellsville University student teacher Coreena King leads CES second-graders in singing “A Tooty Tay.”

 

CES second-grader Nicholas Almeida dances to “A Tooty Tay.”

CES second-grader Nicholas Almeida dances to “A Tooty Tay.”

 

CES second-grader Raleigh Spencer dances to “A Tooty Tay.”

CES second-grader Raleigh Spencer dances to “A Tooty Tay.”

 

Campbellsville University student teacher Coreena King, at left, leads CES second-graders in singing “A Tooty Tay.” In front is Makyian Bridgewater.

Campbellsville University student teacher Coreena King, at left, leads CES second-graders in singing “A Tooty Tay.” In front is Makyian Bridgewater.

 

CES second-grader Braxton Giles-Osinger dances to “A Tooty Tay.”

CES second-grader Braxton Giles-Osinger dances to “A Tooty Tay.”

 

From left, CES second-graders Allison Dean, Gracie Murphy and Hunter Bates keep a steady beat.

From left, CES second-graders Allison Dean, Gracie Murphy and Hunter Bates keep a steady beat.

 

CES second-graders Marion Mann, at left, and Diego Aquino practice keeping a steady beat.

CES second-graders Marion Mann, at left, and Diego Aquino practice keeping a steady beat.





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