Campbellsville Elementary School students recently practiced their writing skills by writing about their grandparents.
In Shirley Cox’s writing class, students are learning about writing complete sentences.
First, students discussed how they can describe grandparents and what they do when spending time together.
Cox discussed how grandparents are a part of a family, and how they typically look.
Students also talked about where grandparents can often be seen and the different names people use to refer to their grandparents.
When finished with the lesson, Cox asked her students to write several sentences about their grandmother or grandfather.
CES writing teacher Shirley Cox talks to students about how they describe their grandparents.
CES writing teacher Shirley Cox talks to students about where they might see their grandparents.
CES writing teacher Shirley Cox talks to third-grader Evan Cundiff about his writing.
CES third-grader Seamus Huber writes about his grandparents.
CES third-grader Sophia Santos writes about her grandparents.
CES third-grader Ryan Tungate writes about his grandparents.
CES third-graders Keely Rakes, at left, and Kairi Tucker write about their grandparents.
CES third-grader Jaylin Christie writes about her grandparents.
CES third-grader Trenton Harris writes about his grandparents.