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Elementary students dress as idioms

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By Calen McKinney

Campbellsville Elementary School third-graders are studying figurative language in their reading classes. Students have recently learned all about personification, hyperboles, similes, metaphors and idioms.

To have some fun with their unit, students dressed as their favorite idioms on Tuesday, November 22, 2016. Students dressed to represent idioms such as raining cats and dogs, having a chip on your shoulder, wearing your heart on your sleeve, being under the weather, being caught red handed, cracking someone up, breaking a leg and much more. Teachers also dressed the part. - Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, Campbellsville Independent Schools



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CES Students dress as idioms in Doretha Sanders class



2016-11-23 - Campbellsville Elementary School, 315 Roberts Road (campus), Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, Campbellsville Independent Schools (CIS).
CES third-graders dress to represent their favorite idioms. Pictured are, from left, Chyanne Christie, Caysen Tungate, Alexis Wolford, Madison Philpott, Savannah Wethington and teacher Doretha Sanders. - Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, Campbellsville Independent Schools

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Third graders portray their favorite idioms



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CES third-graders, from left, Gracie Pendleton, Jamye Demeere and John Gholston dress to represent their favorite idioms. - Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, Campbellsville Independent Schools

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3rd Graders in Hannah Jones class represent idioms



2016-11-23 - Campbellsville Elementary School, 315 Roberts Road (campus), Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, Campbellsville Independent Schools (CIS).
CES third-graders dress to represent their favorite idioms. Pictured are, from left, front, Aleecia Knezevic, Breona Bridgewater and Maylee Wilds. Back, teacher Hannah Jones, Isaiah Jeffries, KaMiya Williams, Katie Nunn, Carson Mills, Paige Ritchie and Arianna Childers. - Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, Campbellsville Independent Schools

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