Campbellsville Elementary School students recently colored and glued together their own pilgrims, but after first solving some math problems.
In Amanda Greer’s first-grade class, students were given a worksheet that contained pieces of a pilgrim that were coded with math problems. After solving the problems, students used a key to know which colors to use to color their pilgrim.
After coloring, students cut out the pieces of the pilgrim and glued them together.
The final product was then glued on a piece of construction paper.
After solving the math problems, CES first-graders Hunter Clark, at left, and Tina Jiang know which colors they should use to color their pilgrim.
CES first-grade teacher Amanda Greer helps Carter Wethington solve a math problem so he can color his pilgrim.
CES first-grader Caleb Ortiz colors his pilgrim, after solving his math problems.
CES first-grade teacher Amanda Greer helps Karson Burchett solve a math problem so he can color his pilgrim.
CES first-grade teacher Amanda Greer helps her students solve their math problems so they can color their pilgrims.
CES first-grader Raleigh Spencer cuts out his pilgrim so he can glue it together.