Campbellsville Middle School sixth-graders recently studied the five regions of the United States.
In Farrah Hord’s social studies class, students have been learning all about the different parts of the United States, and what makes each region unique.
As a culminating project, students made life-size posters of the west, midwest, southwest, northeast and southeast regions and then added objects and photos to represent them.
Objects included photos of sports teams and famous attractions to fruits and vegetables grown in specific states, and much more.
After making their posters, students presented them to their classmates.
CMS sixth-graders Nasir Johnson, at left, and Logan Wilson cut out their map of the United States.
CMS sixth-grader Davanna Reardon cuts out a region of the Unites States for her group’s map.
CMS sixth-graders Gavin Oliver, at left, and Kaydon Taylor draw their map of the United States.
CMS sixth-graders, from left, Alysa Howard, Jade Wheeler and Whitney Frashure piece their map of the United States regions together.
From left, CMS sixth-graders Emily Shuck, Graci Crews and Briana Davis tell their classmates about the map they made of the United States regions.
CMS sixth-graders, from left, Noah Wilson, Bryce Newton, Chase Hord and Weston Mattingly discuss their map.
From left, CMS sixth-graders Haylee Allen, Bri Hayes and Mary Russell discuss their map.
CMS sixth-graders, from left, Camren Vicari, Blake Tungate and Cameron Mahan discuss their map.
From left, CMS sixth-graders Chris Clark, Damon Johnson and Mikaela Scharbrough discuss their group’s map.