Campbellsville Elementary School third-graders are studying figurative language in their reading classes.
Students have recently learned all about personification, hyperboles, similes, metaphors and idioms.
To have some fun with their unit, students dressed as their favorite idioms on Friday, Feb. 9.
Students dressed to represent idioms such as raining cats and dogs, having a chip on your shoulder, wearing your heart on your sleeve, being under the weather, being caught red handed, cracking someone up, breaking a leg and much more.
Teachers also dressed the part.
CES third-graders in Patty Haley’s class dress to represent their favorite idioms. From left are Aidan Wilson, Carson Ford, Reece Swafford, Cayton Lawhorn, Luke Adkins, Cayleigh Underwood, Madison South, Alexia Howard, Damien Clark, Codey Parks, Cadence Burton, Zaemar Hoskins, Hayden Maupin and teacher Patty Haley.
CES third-graders in Hannah Jones’s class dress to represent their favorite idioms. From left are teacher Hannah Jones, Jaron Johnson, Evan Cundiff, Emerson Gowin, Lanigan Price, Trenton Harris, Kairi Tucker, Keely Rakes, Bryleigh Curry, Sophia Santos, Ava Ellis and Ryan Tungate.
CES third-graders in Keri Richards’s class dress to represent their favorite idioms. From left are Natalia West, Rajon Taylor, Elijah Spurling, Baylee Pike, Rebecca Ray, teacher Keri Richard, Braelyn Taylor, River McFarland and Analeigh Foster.
CES third-graders in Marcia Sharp’s class dress to represent their favorite idioms. From left are Jayden Moore, Abigail Hoppes, Ava Taylor, Kae’vin Spaulding, Gavin Martin, Annabelle Brockman, Malia Thompson, Stephen Green, Tye Rhodes, Lily Coots, Alex Wilson and teacher Marcia Sharp.