Campbellsville Elementary School third-grade students recently learned about writing by making edible snowmen.
Students in Marcia Sharp’s class are working hard to sharpen their writing skills.
To help them practice writing directions for a reader to follow, students made snowmen out of marshmallows, icing, pretzels, M&MS and licorice.
After they finished, students wrote their ingredients and step by step directions for someone else to make an edible snowman.
When their writing was complete, students were allowed to eat their snowman creation.
CES third-graders, from left, Shaiden Calhoun, Gracie Pendleton and John Gholston make their edible snowmen.
From left, CES third-graders Brooklyn Boudreaux, Jonathan Releford and Alicia Spaulding make their edible snowmen.
CES third-grader Izak Burress adds icing to his marshmallows.
CES third-grader Cody Tamez builds his edible snowman.
CES third-grader Chance Owens builds his edible snowman.
CES third-grader Madie Gebler adds icing to her marshmallows.
CES third-graders Kendall Bright, at left, and Christian Hart build their edible snowmen.
CES third-grader Gracie Pendleton adds icing to her edible snowman.
CES third-graders build their snowmen.
CES third-grader Christian Hart builds his edible snowman.
CES third-grader Alicia Spaulding holds her finished edible snowman.
CES third-grade teacher Marcia Sharp helps Izak Burress build his edible snowman.