There was much excitement in Pre Primary on Friday 27 July as we celebrated the 100th Day of School this year. The Pre Primary children have been counting to the 100th Day from the beginning of the school year. This is a great opportunity to learn many number concepts on the way to counting to 100. Each day we placed a star on the 100 chart, added a marble to our marble jar and used unifix cubes to build tens and count to 100 through the decades.
The children brought in a collection of 100 things to count, sort, order and display. We pondered ‘What does 100 look like?’
We invited Mr Munro to our class to count to 100, place the last star on our 100 chart and place the 100th marble in our marble jar. He felt very special to be part of our celebrations!
We engaged in lots of fun activities throughout the day. Building a tower with 100 cups was a very popular activity!
The most exciting part of the day was our 100th Day Party! Thank you parents for the lovely spread of ‘100 Things on a Plate’ to share!