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CES students make magic carpets

Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarten students are learning about different types of lines, and recently made their own magic carpets.

 

In Adrienne Hash’s art class, students recently read the book “Harold and the Purple Crayon” to learn about thin, thick, zigzag, wavy, curly and loopy lines.

 

To demonstrate the types of lines, Hash gave each student a piece of a paper to decorate with different types of lines.

 

The edges of the paper were cut and bent to make the design look like a magic carpet.

 

CES kindergartener Trinidy Gribbins glues a line on her magic carpet.

CES kindergartener Trinidy Gribbins glues a line on her magic carpet.

 

CES kindergartener Jacob Parrish glues his magic carpet together.

CES kindergartener Jacob Parrish glues his magic carpet together.

 

CES kindergartener Fallyn Smith glues lines on her carpet.

CES kindergartener Fallyn Smith glues lines on her carpet.

 

CES kindergartener Blakely Gray smiles as she glues together her magic carpet.

CES kindergartener Blakely Gray smiles as she glues together her magic carpet.

 

CES kindergartner Remi Petett glues a line on her magic carpet.

CES kindergartner Remi Petett glues a line on her magic carpet.

 

CES kindergartener Finley Williams makes his magic carpet, with help from instructional assistant Zach Durham.

CES kindergartener Finley Williams makes his magic carpet, with help from instructional assistant Zach Durham.

 

CES kindergartener Finley Williams makes his magic carpet, with help from instructional assistant Zach Durham.

CES kindergartener Finley Williams makes his magic carpet, with help from instructional assistant Zach Durham.

 

CES kindergartener Addisyn Taylor glues her magic carpet.

CES kindergartener Addisyn Taylor glues her magic carpet.





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