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FPS 2nd Graders Celebrate 100 Days of School

Second-grade students in Nicole Freebern’s classroom at Fitzhugh Park Elementary celebrated their 100th day of school with math challenges and fun activities via videoconference with a partner school in Spencerport.
Freebern’s students collaborated to create a “I Wish I had 100…” poem, where each of them read a line they wrote, expressing their wish of 100 items. The second-graders also applauded their partner classroom, whose students created a rhyming poem about 100 items they wished for as well. The children in both classrooms were excited to share their multi-step math problems, which utilized both addition and subtraction in order to achieve the result of 100.
During a brief question-and-answer period, the students also shared other various 100 days activities they completed. Freebern’s students had worked on personal 100 wishes poems, with accompanying art.

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