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CES students learn about absolute location

Campbellsville Elementary School students are learning about absolute location.

 

In Patty Haley’s class, students are studying the differences between relative and absolute locations.

 

Students have studied the planet they live on, in addition to the continent, country, state, city and street address.

 

As a project, students were asked to write their locations on pieces of paper and then make a diagram by attaching them to a paper plate.

 

Students used five pieces of paper, and labeled them My Continent, My Country, My State, My City and My Home.

 

They then filled in North America, United States of America, Kentucky, Campbellsville and their street address.

 

CES third-grader Damien Clark writes on his absolute location diagram.

CES third-grader Damien Clark writes on his absolute location diagram.

 

CES third-grader Carson Ford traces a circle for his absolute location diagram.

CES third-grader Carson Ford traces a circle for his absolute location diagram.

 

CES third-grader Cadence Burton traces a circle for her absolute location diagram.

CES third-grader Cadence Burton traces a circle for her absolute location diagram.

 

CES third-grader Aidan Wilson cuts out a circle for his absolute location diagram.

CES third-grader Aidan Wilson cuts out a circle for his absolute location diagram.

 

CES third-grader Angelina Babbs cuts out a circle for her absolute location diagram.

CES third-grader Angelina Babbs cuts out a circle for her absolute location diagram.

 

CES third-graders Damien Clark, at left, and Kallie Taylor write their absolute locations on their diagrams.

CES third-graders Damien Clark, at left, and Kallie Taylor write their absolute locations on their diagrams.

 

CES teacher Patty Haley helps third-grader Joseph Greer put together his absolute location diagram.

CES teacher Patty Haley helps third-grader Joseph Greer put together his absolute location diagram.

 

CES teacher Patty Haley helps third-grader Alexia Howard put her absolute location diagram together.

CES teacher Patty Haley helps third-grader Alexia Howard put her absolute location diagram together.

 

CES third-grader Donnaven Phillips writes his absolute location on his diagram.

CES third-grader Donnaven Phillips writes his absolute location on his diagram.





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