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CMS students study addition, subtraction

Campbellsville Middle School students are working on their addition and subtraction skills.

 

In Steven Gumm’s seventh-grade math class, students are learning about adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers.

 

Gumm gave students some red and yellow counters to model the problems, so they can see what happens when positive and negative numbers are added together.

 

CMS seventh-graders Zamar Owens, at left, and Bryce Newton work a math problem with their counters.

CMS seventh-graders Zamar Owens, at left, and Bryce Newton work a math problem with their counters.

 

CMS seventh-graders Levi Dicken, at left, and Briana Davis work a math problem with their counters.

CMS seventh-graders Levi Dicken, at left, and Briana Davis work a math problem with their counters.

 

CMS seventh-graders Elijah Adams, at left, and Blake Tungate work a math problem with their counters.

CMS seventh-graders Elijah Adams, at left, and Blake Tungate work a math problem with their counters.

 

CMS teacher Steven Gumm shows students how to work a math problem using their counters.

CMS teacher Steven Gumm shows students how to work a math problem using their counters.

 

CMS seventh-graders Cayden Corona, at left, and Connor Byrd work a math problem using their counters.

CMS seventh-graders Cayden Corona, at left, and Connor Byrd work a math problem using their counters.

 

CMS seventh-graders Weston Mattingly, at left, and Alissa Lofton work a math problem with their counters.

CMS seventh-graders Weston Mattingly, at left, and Alissa Lofton work a math problem with their counters.

 

CMS seventh-graders Kaydon Taylor, at left, and Amare Poynter work a math problem with their counters.

CMS seventh-graders Kaydon Taylor, at left, and Amare Poynter work a math problem with their counters.

 

CMS seventh-graders Forever Tungate, at left, and Brooklyn Taylor work a math problem with their counters.

CMS seventh-graders Forever Tungate, at left, and Brooklyn Taylor work a math problem with their counters.





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