Students Visit Habitat For Humanity Build Site

Posted at 7:46 PM, May 04, 2016

A Nashville kindergarten class spent their field trip visiting a Habitat for Humanity build site.

The Ensworth kindergarten class brought buckets and crayons and participated in a variety of activities including helping move gravel to fill the sidewalks.

The students were part of the Penny Project at the school which collected more than $600 in pennies for Habitat.

They also drew pictures of what the home would look like once finished.

Organizers said Wednesday’s trip was a chance for the students to learn to give back.

The children took a tour inside the home, and wrote their names on the frame’s 2x4s.