Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarten students recently studied what makes each of them different and alike.
Students in Lisa Wiseman’s class were recently paired with another classmate to take photos together.
After the photos were printed, students worked with their partners to talk about how they are similar and what makes them different.
Students wrote their answers on a worksheet, and then talked about how everyone is special and important.
CES kindergartener Karter Young, at left, talks to classmate Gracelyn Gebler about how she and her partner, Jackson Wright, are alike and different.
CES kindergarten teacher Lisa Wiseman talks to student Tristian Harris about how he and his partner, Karter Young, are alike and different.
CES kindergartener Karter Young smiles as he and his classmates Gracelyn Gebler and Jackson Wright discuss how they are alike and different from their partners.
CES kindergarten assistant Brittany Johnson helps student Enrique McDonald learn how he and his partner are alike and different. At left is student Briley Sapp.
CES kindergarteners Kaylee Thompson, at left, and Aubrey Novak talk about how they are alike and different.