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CES students learn by playing games

Campbellsville Elementary School students are learning sight letters and words by playing games.

 

Jane Parrott, an exceptional child educator at CES, works with students regularly to help them learn letters and words.

 

Parrott uses games such as Connect Four to help students learn the sounds specific letters make, and let them compete against each other.

 

In the Connect Four game, students correctly identified a letter and the sound it makes and were then given a chip to place in the board. When a team connected three chips, they won.

 

Jane Parrott, an exceptional child educator at CES, plays Connect Four with kindergarten students to help them learn letters and words.

Jane Parrott, an exceptional child educator at CES, plays Connect Four with kindergarten students to help them learn letters and words.

 

Jane Parrott, an exceptional child educator at CES, plays Connect Four with kindergarten students to help them learn letters and words.

Jane Parrott, an exceptional child educator at CES, plays Connect Four with kindergarten students to help them learn letters and words.

 

Jane Parrott, an exceptional child educator at CES, plays Connect Four with kindergarten students to help them learn letters and words.

Jane Parrott, an exceptional child educator at CES, plays Connect Four with kindergarten students to help them learn letters and words.





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