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CES students learn about contractions

Campbellsville Elementary School students are studying contractions.

 

In CES Explorers, students recently read “Curious George Goes to the Chocolate Factory” by Margret and H.A. Rey.

 

As an activity, students were asked to write about the beginning, middle and ending of the story, and about their favorite part.

 

Students were also asked to make contraction cupcakes, in which they matched the top of a cupcake with its bottom, matching a contraction with the words used to make it.

 

For example, students had to match ”I am” with “I’m.”

 

CES second-graders Braelyn Taylor, at left, and Gavin Martin play the contraction cupcake game.

CES second-graders Braelyn Taylor, at left, and Gavin Martin play the contraction cupcake game.

 

CES second-grader Braelyn Taylor plays the contraction cupcake game.

CES second-grader Braelyn Taylor plays the contraction cupcake game.

 

CES second-graders Kairi Tucker, at left, and Joseph Greer play the contraction cupcake game.

CES second-graders Kairi Tucker, at left, and Joseph Greer play the contraction cupcake game.

 

CES second-grader Leshawn Hamilton plays the contraction cupcake game.

CES second-grader Leshawn Hamilton plays the contraction cupcake game.

 

CES second-graders Cayleigh Underwood, at left, and Sean Welch write about their favorite part of “Curious George Goes to the Chocolate Factory.”

CES second-graders Cayleigh Underwood, at left, and Sean Welch write about their favorite part of “Curious George Goes to the Chocolate Factory.”

 

CES second-grader Sophia Santos plays the contraction cupcake game.

CES second-grader Sophia Santos plays the contraction cupcake game.

 

CES second-graders Leshawn Hamilton, at left, and Camren Skaggs write about their favorite part of “Curious George Goes to the Chocolate Factory.”

CES second-graders Leshawn Hamilton, at left, and Camren Skaggs write about their favorite part of “Curious George Goes to the Chocolate Factory.”





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