The 100th day of school is more than just a milestone worth noting – it’s the perfect time to have fun with the number 100.
Robyn Yorker’s Blue Team at Oswego County BOCES Stepping Stones Day Program participated in 100 day activities that provided opportunities for the students to practice ELA and math skills.
Students made as many words as they could out of the word ‘hundred’ and created addition and subtraction sentences that equaled 100.
The students also sharpened their observational skills during a science experiment that required them to predict the level that 100 drops of water would fill a cup.
The day wrapped up with students listening to the story “100th Day Worries” by Margery Cuyler, about a teacher who gives an assignment for his students to bring in 100 items for the 100th day of class.