Campbellsville Elementary School first-grade students recently made magic pudding.
Students in Shirley Cox’s and Amanda Greer’s classes celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with several special activities.
During one of the activities, students made magic pudding.
Students used pudding mix and milk to make vanilla pudding, but were surprised when it turned green.
A leprechaun visited Greer’s class, and she told students he must have added some magic to the pudding to make it turn green.
And in Cox’s class, students recited some magic words while mixing the pudding, so she said that must be why their pudding turned green.
After making their pudding, students enjoyed their special treat.
CES first-grade teacher Amanda Greer adds milk to her class’s vanilla pudding mix, which eventually turned green.
CES first-graders mix their pudding and were surprised when it turned green.
CES first-grade teacher Amanda Greer serves Alexis Mann some pudding.
CES Wings Express Director Amanda Barnett, at left, and first-grade teacher Shirley Cox add milk to their pudding mix.
CES first-graders Essence Hunter, at left, shakes the pudding mixture as Lucian Abel waits his turn.
CES first-grader Gabe Prior watches as the pudding mixture turns green.
CES first-grader Enoch Smith shakes the class’s pudding mixture, as Austin Hamilton waits his turn.
CES first-grader Luke Mardis shakes the pudding mixture.
CES first-grader Rizzo McKenzie shakes the pudding mixture.
CES first-grader Parker Hamilton shakes the pudding mixture, as Alex Mixtega waits his turn.