Campbellsville Middle School eighth-graders recently had fun building their own atomic elements.
In Amy Knifley’s integrated science class, students are studying the elements that make up the periodic table.
As a project, students chose an element and researched it.
After completing their research, and building a model of their element, students presented their findings to their classmates.
CMS eighth-grader Karley Morris, at left, presents about Potassium as classmate Alexis Thomas holds her poster.
CMS eighth-grader Tezon Mitchell, at left, presents about Helium as classmate Jaylin Napier holds his model.
CMS eighth-grader Christina Miller, at right, talks about Boron as classmate Karley Morris holds her model.
CMS eighth-grader Ryan Milburn, at right, talks about Helium as classmate Austin Jeffries holds his model.
CMS eighth-grader Austin Jeffries, at left, talks about Gold as classmate Ryan Milburn holds his poster.
CMS eighth-grader Savannah Gumm talks about Neon.
CMS eighth-grader Myricle Gholston, at left, talks about Antimony as classmate Aun Daya Coleman holds her poster.