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Bell Elementary Kids Kamp educational and fun

Kids Kamp group photo

First Grader Lilly Bell got some assistance at the tie dying station

First Grader Lilly Bell got some assistance at the tie dying station from Instructional Assistant Malesha Hughes

Autumn Paige finishes up her tie dye t-shirt

Autumn Paige finishes up her tie dye t-shirt with the help of Teacher Patricia Guinn and Instructional Assistant Malesha Hughes

Tyler Bertram working at the digital board

Tyler Bertram working at the digital board in the reading workshop class

Keeland Duncan pointing out the answers

Keeland Duncan points to a correct answer

Kadience Carrendar checks out the word sounding game

Kadience Carrender checks out the word sounding game. She wore her tie dye shirt she had made at camp.

Sara Beth Harris worked with Jacob Stephenson

Jacob Stephenson grabs a match on the touch screen

Students loved hearing the story "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus"

Students loved hearing the story "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus" read by Teacher Sara Harris

Everly Guffey and Micah Kidd getting rewards for Math game they had been playing

Everly Guffey and Micah Kidd getting rewards for Math game they had been playing

Tyrel Hunter working on a place value block card

Tyrel Hunter working on a place value block card in Jessica Thrasher's Engineer/Architect classroom

Building bird houses based on hundreds and ones in math exercise

Building birdhouses incorporated a math exercise

Parker Crabtree getting his bus pass at the end of the day

Parker Crabtree preparing to go home  at the end of the four-day camp

Group photo in the gym

About a hundred first and second graders had a great time at Kids Kamp during spring break.





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