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CES preschool students take coloring test

Campbellsville Elementary School preschool students recently took a test to see how well they can color and follow directions.

 

In Sherry Cowherd’s class, students are always expected to do their work neatly.

 

As a test, Cowherd’s students recently were given several directions to follow. They were asked to color a hand and circles with numbers in them. They were asked to put the numbers in order, cut them out and then glue them on the hand.

 

Students were told to color with specific colors and expected to cut and color neatly.

 

CES preschool student Tabitha Leggett colors her numbers so she can cut them out and glue them to her hand.

CES preschool student Tabitha Leggett colors her numbers so she can cut them out and glue them to her hand.

 

CES preschool students Kennon Dotson, at left, and Kingston Cowherd cut out their numbers so they can glue them to their hands.

CES preschool students Kennon Dotson, at left, and Kingston Cowherd cut out their numbers so they can glue them to their hands.

 

CES preschool student Trinity Dye cuts out her hand after coloring it.

CES preschool student Trinity Dye cuts out her hand after coloring it.

 

CES preschool student Cameron Dean colors his hand.

CES preschool student Cameron Dean colors his hand.

 

CES preschool students Addisyn Taylor, at left, and Tabitha Leggett color their hands.

CES preschool students Addisyn Taylor, at left, and Tabitha Leggett color their hands.

 

CES preschool students Chanler Mann, at left, and Kennon Dotson cut out their hands.

CES preschool students Chanler Mann, at left, and Kennon Dotson cut out their hands.

 

CES preschool students Rylee Karr, at left, and Jacob Parrish color and cut out their hands.

CES preschool students Rylee Karr, at left, and Jacob Parrish color and cut out their hands.





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