Students at Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School recently celebrated the 100th day of school in 100 different ways. Kindergarten students is Mrs. Debbie Redden’s class made a one hundred item snack as they rotated to stations and counted out ten of each item. They used paint to make ten dots with ten different colors on each of their hats and created necklaces made from cereal which the students counted 100 pieces and then strung them. Mrs. Redden used the interactive Smartboard to count by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s to 100. Each student also brought to school 100 items collected from home, which they counted and graphed by: less than 100, 100, and more than 100. To top off the day, Mrs. Redden read several 100 Day of School books.
Pictured: Mrs. Redden’s Kindergarten class at Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School on the 100th day of school.