Campbellsville Elementary School preschool students recently learned all about space.
And, as an activity for the unit, students made their very own rockets.
In Denise Spencer’s class, students learned about rockets and watched a video of one taking off for space.
Spencer gave each student a rocket made out of paper and then let them decorate it any way they liked.
Many drew themselves as the captain of their rocket.
When finished, students added tissue paper at the bottom to symbolize fire.
And, when the rockets were complete, students had fun blasting them into space.
CES preschool students Chase Russell, at left, and Josiah Dean decorate their rockets.
CES preschool student Calvin Yang decorates his rocket.
From left, CES preschool students Xavien Smith, Daisy Rakes and Dahlia Ward fly their rockets.
CES preschool student Daisy Rakes shows teacher Denise Spencer her rocket.
CES preschool students Dahlia Ward, at left, and Trinity Lewis decorate their rockets.
CES preschool student Ace Turner decorates his rocket, with some help from teacher Denise Spencer. At right, Dahlia Ward decorates her rocket.
CES preschool student Triton Bradshaw decorates his rocket.
CES preschool students Triton Bradshaw, at left, and Dahlia Ward decorate their rockets.
CES preschool student Xavien Smith flies his rocket with teacher Denise Spencer.