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CES kindergarteners have fun learning

Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarten students are having fun while learning math and vocabulary words.

 

In Leanna Cundiff’s class, students recently rotated to several stations to help them learn math and vocabulary skills.

 

At one station, students matched the dots on Domino pieces to numbers written on a desk.

 

Students also used spatulas to flip over words and then read them.

 

At another station, students used cupcake pans and blocks with numbers on them. Students were given the task of putting the blocks in order and then placing them in the pans.

 

At the last station, students were given a picture of an item and matched it with a card with the correct number of those items.

 

CES kindergarteners, from left, Aubreigh Knifley, Davian Taylor and Melody Ward match the dots on Dominos to numbers written on their desk.

CES kindergarteners, from left, Aubreigh Knifley, Davian Taylor and Melody Ward match the dots on Dominos to numbers written on their desk.

 

CES kindergartener Luke Banta flips over a word with his spatula.

CES kindergartener Luke Banta flips over a word with his spatula.

 

CES kindergartener Lillie Judd flips over the word “it” with her spatula.

CES kindergartener Lillie Judd flips over the word “it” with her spatula.

 

CES kindergartener Luke Banta, at left, and Daven Davis flip over words with their spatulas.

CES kindergartener Luke Banta, at left, and Daven Davis flip over words with their spatulas.

 

CES kindergarteners Noah Milburn, at left, and Madison Wilhoite put the numbers on their blocks in order.

CES kindergarteners Noah Milburn, at left, and Madison Wilhoite put the numbers on their blocks in order.

 

CES kindergarteners Laurna McKenzie, at left, and Tristan Burton count objects and then find the card with the correct number of objects.

CES kindergarteners Laurna McKenzie, at left, and Tristan Burton count objects and then find the card with the correct number of objects.





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