Campbellsville Elementary School second-graders are learning about space.
Melanie Cox’s students recently learned some new vocabulary words, all pertaining to space.
Students learned about telescopes, astronauts, shuttles, gravity and experiments.
After the lesson, students were given a worksheet and asked to match the definition of the terms to their new vocabulary words and pictures.
When finished, students colored their pictures.
CES second-graders Nicholas Almeida, at left, and Kevin Bradfield glue their space definitions on construction paper.
CES second-grader Justice Albrecht glues her space definitions with her vocabulary words.
CES second-grader Diego Aquino glues his space definitions with his vocabulary words.
CES second-graders Gracie Murphy, at left, and Elizabeth Foster glue their space definitions with their vocabulary words.
CES second-grader Braxton Giles-Osinger cuts out the pictures to go with his space definitions.
CES second-grader Makyian Bridgewater cuts out his space definitions to glue on his construction paper.
CES second-grader Marion Mann cuts out his space definitions.
CES second-grader Jacob Golden glues his space definitions with the correct pictures.
CES second-grader Nicholas Almeida glues his space vocabulary words with their definitions.
CES second-grader Elizabeth Foster holds her finished space vocabulary sheet.
CES second-grader Gracie Murphy holds her finished space vocabulary sheet.