The kindergartners have reached 100 days of school! In celebration of this milestone, Mrs. Bidwell planned multiple games for them to play.
The first was “Race to 100”, a mathematical competition to see who could roll their dice and move to the 100 place the quickest.
Next came the cup stacking challenge, the class stacked 100 cups in a pyramid, impressive!
Each student rolled a dice and stacked the number they rolled in cups, until all 100 were in their place.
In between their games, the class enjoyed a special cookie with icing that stated “100 days smarter.” Necklaces were then delicately made out of 100 Froot Loops strung onto a string.
Finally, the class wrote about what they will do when they turn 100 years old, below their aged pictures. Briley MacKay projected that she would “Go to the lake”, which coincided with Weston Robertus and Link Rieger who both decided that “I would go fish” sounded like a good plan.
Priya Nemitz took a slumber angle and stated that “I would take a nap,” while Evie Bidwell’s showed through with “I would sit in the chair and sew.” Bentley Huft said, “He would drive a tractor when he is 100 years old”. Great job kindergartners, we expect great accomplishments from each of you by the time you turn 100!