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CES students play math games

Campbellsville Elementary School third-grade students are sharpening their math skills.

 

Students in Patty Haley’s class are working with fractions.

 

To help them learn, the students work in groups to play several games.

 

In one game, students use flashcards to identify fractions by calculating the shaded area of a shape.

 

In another, students use shapes to build objects.

 

And in other games, students use blocks and pizza slices to identify fractions.

 

CES third-grader Aidan Phillips uses a math game to study fractions.

CES third-grader Aidan Phillips uses a math game to study fractions.

 

CES third-graders Cameron Taylor, at left, and LaDainien Smith use a math game to study fractions.

CES third-graders Cameron Taylor, at left, and LaDainien Smith use a math game to study fractions.

 

CES third-graders Jaron Johnson, at left, and McKailynn Grubaugh use a math game to study fractions.

CES third-graders Jaron Johnson, at left, and McKailynn Grubaugh use a math game to study fractions.

 

CES third-grader Alyssa Bennett and her classmates use a pizza game to study fractions.

CES third-grader Alyssa Bennett and her classmates use a pizza game to study fractions.

 

CES third-graders Kailei Hernandez, at left, and Tayshaun Hickman use blocks and a game to study fractions.

CES third-graders Kailei Hernandez, at left, and Tayshaun Hickman use blocks and a game to study fractions.

 

CES third-graders Anthony Goins, at left, and Ethan Irwin use blocks to study fractions.

CES third-graders Anthony Goins, at left, and Ethan Irwin use blocks to study fractions.

 

CES third-graders Adrianna Garvin, at left, plays a flashcard game with Chloe Bates to study fractions.

CES third-graders Adrianna Garvin, at left, plays a flashcard game with Chloe Bates to study fractions.





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