CLARK — First grade students in Miss Price’s class at Frank K. Hehnly Elementary School in Clark celebrated their 100th day of school last week. Parents were invited to share in the celebration by participating or observing fun, educational activities that related to the number 100. The students, sporting their 100th day of school crowns, explored the number 100 in many ways. They listened to the story The 100th Day of School by Angela Shelf Medearis. They drew what they thought they would look like at age 100. They explored the number 100 kinesthetically by doing 10 different exercises 10 times each. The students played the math game “Rolling for 100” by rolling dice with a partner and following the key as to how many spaces they could move their counter. The first student to reach 100 won. Pictured are Mateo DePinho and Alessio Perentin playing “Rolling for 100.” (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)
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