On Wednesday of this week students at Bushnell Elementary School were celebrating their 100th day of school. Kindergarten students decorated a shirt with 100 things and participated in activities marking the event. First grade students did a variety of things throughout the day to celebrate.
Students in Kindergarten wrote about what life will be like when they are 100 years old.
Mrs. Kluge’s class was able to count 10 bundles of 10 popsicle sticks. They needed to verify it was in fact the 100th day of school. Part of their celebration included a dance around the classroom!
Mrs. Wilson’s class also wrote about what they will be doing when they are 100 and included a photo of what they might look like at that age. Only about 95 more years to see if their predictions are correct.
How about 100 snacks? Kindergarten students used a 10 frame and counted out 10 pieces of 10 different snack items.
One of the crafts students in the rooms of Mrs. Pomper and Mrs. DeVito, sometimes called Mrs. Pompito by a few PTO members, made gumball machines. Daubers aren’t just for playing bingo!
Toward the end of the their 100th day of school, Mrs. Pompito’s class switched gears to penguins and decorated their tables with black and white. Throughout the month of January both classes learned about various penguins.
Below are just a handful of the fun and creative dioramas created to mark the end of the unit. Parents were invited to view all of the projects students created at the day.
Teachers were even surprised with a 100 day gift of their own!
Happy 100 days of school to those in Lowell Area Schools! Four months until summer break!