Campbellsville Middle School fourth-grade students recently celebrated the 100th day of school.
CMS students celebrated being 100 days smarter on Thursday, Jan. 27.
In Garnetta Murrell’s class, students practiced their math skills by counting 100 rubber bands and then placing them in equal groups.
Students also used boxes of crayons and pencils to count how many boxes they would need to have 100 of each item.
Murrell’s students also ran in place and did other exercises for 100 seconds, and she read to students the book “The 100th Day of School” by Angela Shelf Medearis.
CMS fourth-grader Simon Wilkerson and his classmates count 100 rubber bands.
CMS fourth-grade teacher Garnetta Murrell asks her students how many piles of 10 she needs to have a total of 100 rubber bands.
CMS fourth-grade teacher Garnetta Murrell asks her students how many packages of 20 pencils she needs to have a total of 100 pencils.
CMS fourth-graders run in place for 100 seconds.
CMS fourth-grade teacher Garnetta Murrell reads “The 100th Day of School” to her students.