Elementary students celebrate 100 days


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First grade paraprofessional Sherri Crockett marks Bingo cards for first graders who performed 100 licks on lollipops.

First grade paraprofessional Sherri Crockett marks Bingo cards for first graders who performed 100 licks on lollipops.


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Indian Lake Elementary School students are 100 days smarter than they were when the school year began.

Several grade levels celebrated the 100th Day of School on Wednesday, Feb. 3. First graders played 100-Day Bingo, which required them to perform several fun tasks like licking a lollypop 100 times, doing 100 exercises and tossing a bean bag with a partner 100 times. They also performed academic tasks including counting 100 beans, writing their name 100 times and identifying 100 patterns. Other grades observed the 100th day by making crafts and having students bring in 100 small items, like paperclips, from home to use in activities.

First grade paraprofessional Sherri Crockett marks Bingo cards for first graders who performed 100 licks on lollipops.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/02/web1_100-days.jpgFirst grade paraprofessional Sherri Crockett marks Bingo cards for first graders who performed 100 licks on lollipops. Courtesy photo

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Submitted by Indian Lake Local Schools.

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