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CES students practice vocabulary

Campbellsville Elementary School students are practicing their vocabulary.

 

In CES Explorers, students were recently given a worksheet of words and asked to read them aloud.

 

They were asked to highlight any of the words that have the short “u” sound.

 

At another station, the students spun a wheel to land on a letter. They then added that letter to the ending of a word to see if they made a real word or nonsense word.

 

CES Explorers is one of several activity classes that students have each week. Miriah Cox, who leads the CES Explorers class, teaches students about reading strategies, vowel sounds, parts of speech, reading comprehension and much more.

 

From left, CES kindergarteners Jackson Wright, ReAnna Jeffries and Trinity Clark highlight words that have the short “u” sound.

From left, CES kindergarteners Jackson Wright, ReAnna Jeffries and Trinity Clark highlight words that have the short “u” sound.

 

CES kindergarteners Aleeya Spaulding, at left, and Trinity Clark highlight words that have the short “u” sound.

CES kindergarteners Aleeya Spaulding, at left, and Trinity Clark highlight words that have the short “u” sound.

 

From left, CES kindergarteners Jayden Maupin, Tyce Owens and Briley Sapp decide if the words they are spelling are real or nonsense.

From left, CES kindergarteners Jayden Maupin, Tyce Owens and Briley Sapp decide if the words they are spelling are real or nonsense.

 

CES kindergarteners, from left, NyJah Vaught, John Hagan Newton and Carol Moura highlight words that have the short “u” sound.

CES kindergarteners, from left, NyJah Vaught, John Hagan Newton and Carol Moura highlight words that have the short “u” sound.

 

CES kindergarteners Miley Orberson, at left, and Gracie Gebler decide if the words they are spelling are real or nonsense.

CES kindergarteners Miley Orberson, at left, and Gracie Gebler decide if the words they are spelling are real or nonsense.

 

CES kindergartener ReAnna Jeffries holds her worksheet in which she highlighted all the words that have the short “u” sound.

CES kindergartener ReAnna Jeffries holds her worksheet in which she highlighted all the words that have the short “u” sound.





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