Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarten students are learning about measurements.
Students recently talked about how objects can be different heights and sizes.
To help them understand the concepts, students were given a worksheet with a ruler made of snowflakes printed on it.
After cutting out the ruler, students were asked to measure several different objects, such as a hat, tree, person, snowman and more.
When finished, students colored the pictures.
CES kindergartener Lily Spencer cuts out her snowflake ruler.
CES kindergartener Abel Wilson cuts out his snowflake ruler.
CES kindergarten teacher Nikki Price helps Cameron Dean measure.
CES kindergartener Jaxon Williams measures a hat.
CES kindergartener William Li measures a tree.
CES kindergartener Lillian Merriweather measures.
CES kindergartener Tatum Hoskins measures.
CES kindergartener Kyler Wilson measures.
From left, CES kindergarteners Mariah Harris, Daya Griffin and Kyler Wilson help each other measure.
CES kindergartener Brayden Carmicle colors.
CES kindergartener Linnly Adams colors.