Campbellsville Elementary School students recently had fun during Frozen Day.
Students came to school in their pajamas, ready for the day’s activities.
During the day, students watched the movie “Frozen.”
Teachers also did activities based on the “Frozen” movie, from making snowflakes and snow globes to reading stories and making Christmas ornaments.
Students learned about how liquid freezes into a solid.
They were also asked to make melting snowmen, and write why their snowman melted.
When making their snow globes, students wrote what they would see, hear, smell and feel if they lived inside a snow globe.
CES third-grader Gracie Pendleton makes Christmas tree and snowflake ornaments.
CES third-grader Brooklyn Boudreaux makes a Christmas tree ornament.
CES third-grader Jaylen Clark makes Christmas tree and snowflake ornaments.
CES third-grader Anthony Goins makes a snowflake ornament.
CES third-grader Aidan Phillips makes a snowflake ornament.
CES third-grader De’Asia Fisher makes a snowflake ornament.
CES third-graders, from left, Aleecia Knezevic, Maylee Wilds and Breona Bridgewater sit together on their blankets as they watch a movie together.
CES first-graders Aiden Forrest, at left, and Zach Hak color their snowflake ornaments before they add glitter to them.
CES first-grader Samuel Scharbrough colors his snowflake ornament.
CES first-grader Cadynce Cox adds glitter to her snowflake ornament.
CES first-grader Londyn Smith adds glitter to her snowflake ornament.
CES first-grader Samuel Scharbrough adds glitter to his snowflake ornament.
CES first-grader Willow Griffin makes her snow globe.
CES first-grader Dax Gray makes his snow globe.
CES first-graders made snow globes and wrote about what they would see, hear, smell and feel if they lived inside the globes.
CES first-grader Luke Mardis makes his melting snowman and then writes why he melted.
From left, CES first-graders Navon Copeland, Adriana Agent and Gracie Murphy make their melting snowmen, and then write why they melted.
CES first-graders made melted snowmen and wrote why they melted.
CES first-grade teacher Shirley Cox teaches students about how a liquid can freeze and become a solid.