BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - First graders at the Mary Kay McMillin School room celebrated their one hundredth day of school! They were very busy taking 100 steps, making 100 chain links and painting 100 hands. The math centers challenged the students to games to 100, tallies to 100 and 100 # grids. Our young writers also answered the questions of what they would be in 100 years and what they would do with $100.00. These 100thDay celebrators also ran in place and stood in silence for 100 seconds!
Mary Kay McMillin First Grade Students Celebrate of School 100th Day
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