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Why celebrate 100 days? What's the point, and why is it an
annual event?
Sandy andrews /blockquote>

On 10/08/02, Mali wrote:
> Why celebrate 100 days? What's the point, and why is it an
> annual event?

I am not sure, but i think the idea originated from the
importance that is placed on children being able to count to
100. Some teachers got frustated and began exchaning
successful ideas o...See More
Oct 15, 2002
Jeannine /blockquote>

On 10/08/02, Mali wrote:
> Why celebrate 100 days? What's the point, and why is it an
> annual event?

In case no one has posted the answer, the 100th day of school
is a concept celebrated by teachers using the Math Their Way
math program. This is a hands on math program, and a big
part of ...See More
Jan 14, 2003
Jimilyn /blockquote>

On 10/08/02, Mali wrote:
> Why celebrate 100 days? What's the point, and why is it an
> annual event?

Like Jeannine pointed out, this is the culmination of a Math
Their Way activity. During calendar time (if I remember
correctly), the children count the sticks for each day and
trade ten st...See More
Jan 23, 2003
FAWN /blockquote>

WHERE DOES HOKEY POKEY SOME FROM? CAN U TELL ME
>
> I am not sure, but i think the idea originated from the
> importance that is placed on children being able to count to
> 100. Some teachers got frustated and began exchaning
> successful ideas on how to teach kids to count to 100.
>...See More
Aug 1, 2005
What if that's really what it's all about???? He he he /blockquote>

On 8/01/05, FAWN wrote:
> WHERE DOES HOKEY POKEY SOME FROM? CAN U TELL ME
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Dec 26, 2005


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