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First-graders have fun with art & reading at Campbellsville U

Hailey Ogle's CES early-childhood students listen to "The Day the Crayons Quit" and did several activities pertaining to the book
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By Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer
Campbellsville Independent Schools (CIS)

Campbellsville Elementary School first-graders recently had fun reading and coloring at Campbellsville University. CU School of Education hosted the special event, with early childhood education students on hand to teach Hailey Ogle's first-grade students.


CES students listened to "The Day the Crayons Quit" by Drew Daywalt read aloud and did several activities pertaining to the story. At one station, students colored pictures of crayons to place on a poster. Students also made crayon people out of Popsicle sticks and had fun drawing pictures. Calen


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Rising artist Keitona Whitehead at CU art session



2017-07-29 - Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, Campbellsville Independennt Schools (CIS) .
CES first-grader Keitona Whitehead colors. Campbellsville Elementary School first-graders recently had fun reading and coloring at Campbellsville University. CU School of Education hosted the special event, with early childhood education students on hand to teach Hailey Ogle's first-grade students. - Calen McKinney

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First graders color pictures of crayons



2017-07-29 - Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, Campbellsville Independennt Schools (CIS) .
CES first-graders, from left, Jacob Wethington, Lillian Martin and Nicholas Almeida color pictures of crayons.

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Jackson Bates holds his finished art



2017-07-29 - Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, Campbellsville Independennt Schools (CIS) .
CES first-grader Jackson Bates holds his finished crayon person. Campbellsville Elementary School first-graders recently had fun reading and coloring at Campbellsville University. CU School of Education hosted the special event, with early childhood education students on hand to teach Hailey Ogle's first-grade students. - Calen McKinney

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