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CES students play math games

Campbellsville Elementary School fifth-graders recently had fun playing games while sharpening their math skills.

 

In Tammy Hash’s class, students are studying numerals with decimals to determine which is larger and smaller.

 

Students are also learning about using symbols for greater than, less than and equal.

 

Hash’s students divided into groups and then had fun placing flashcards in numerical order, finding the smallest and greatest numbers and more.

 

CES teacher Tammy Hash, at left, helps fifth-grader Landon Arnett and his classmates put number in order based on their value. At left is Falicity Lewis and at right is Jacob Graham.

CES teacher Tammy Hash, at left, helps fifth-grader Landon Arnett and his classmates put number in order based on their value. At left is Falicity Lewis and at right is Jacob Graham.

 

CES instructional assistant Kim Wagers helps fifth-graders Tre Shipione, at left, and Ethan Cox place numbers in order based on their value.

CES instructional assistant Kim Wagers helps fifth-graders Tre Shipione, at left, and Ethan Cox place numbers in order based on their value.

 

CES fifth-grader Destiny Milby places numbers in order.

CES fifth-grader Destiny Milby places numbers in order.

 

CES student teacher LeeAnn Grider helps fifth-grader Piper Maggard, at left, and Will Wooley place numbers in order.

CES student teacher LeeAnn Grider helps fifth-grader Piper Maggard, at left, and Will Wooley place numbers in order.

 

CES instructional assistant Kim Wagers helps fifth-graders Tre Shipione, at left, and Ethan Cox place numbers in order based on their value.

CES instructional assistant Kim Wagers helps fifth-graders Tre Shipione, at left, and Ethan Cox place numbers in order based on their value.

 

CES student teacher LeeAnn Grider helps fifth-grader Piper Maggard, at left, and Will Wooley place numbers in order.

CES student teacher LeeAnn Grider helps fifth-grader Piper Maggard, at left, and Will Wooley place numbers in order.





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