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Granby Students Excited To Be 100 Days Smarter

Students in Jessica Frost’s kindergarten class at Granby Elementary School in the Fulton City School District recently had 100 reasons to celebrate.

Students in Jessica Frost’s kindergarten class at Granby Elementary recently celebrated the 100th day of school. Pictured, students Camron Clear and Grace Britton share a smile while working on a project.
Students in Jessica Frost’s kindergarten class at Granby Elementary recently celebrated the 100th day of school. Pictured, students Camron Clear and Grace Britton share a smile while working on a project.

On Feb. 24, the class commemorated the 100th day of the 2014-2015 school year by participating in a variety of fun and educational activities.

Each activity asked students to practice their math skills by counting to 100 by ones, fives and tens.

One of the more popular activities of the day asked students to create a hat from 10 pieces of construction paper.

Once the students had their 10 pieces of construction paper in place, they were asked to place 10 dots on each piece, creating a total of 100 dots.

“They have worked hard up to this point to and it is a wonderful time to celebrate their accomplishments and talk about the things they still would like to accomplish,” said Frost.

Giuliana Busch works on an activity that asks her to count to 100 by tens. Each hat needed 10 strips of construction paper and each piece of construction paper needed to have 10 dots.
Giuliana Busch works on an activity that asks her to count to 100 by tens. Each hat needed 10 strips of construction paper and each piece of construction paper needed to have 10 dots.