Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarten students are practicing counting.
Students recently focused on counting from one to 20, and had some fun in the process.
To help them see the numbers together, students made giraffes out of a number line.
First, students were given a worksheet of numbers and traced them, cut them out and then put the numbers in order.
Next, students cut out a picture of a giraffe and colored it.
Lastly, the students glued their giraffe to the number line, with the numbers representing the giraffe’s long neck.
CES kindergartener Gracie McKenzie cuts out her giraffe.
CES kindergartener Jeremiah Stebelton colors his giraffe.
CES kindergartener Zoe Scharbrough colors her giraffe.
CES kindergarteners Lukas Adams, at left, and Kaiyden Vancleave cut out their giraffe and trace their numbers, respectively.
CES kindergartener Konnar Hicks cuts out his numbers.
CES kindergartener Kingston Cowherd colors his giraffe.
CES kindergarteners Kaiyden Vancleave, at left, and Gracie McKenzie cut out their numbers and color their giraffe, respectively.
CES kindergartener Abigail Smith glues her giraffe and numbers together.
CES kindergartener Kaiyden Vancleave puts his giraffe and numbers in order before gluing them.
CES kindergartener Zoe Scharbrough glues her giraffe and number line together.