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Henry's 100 Days of Kindergarten

by Nancy Carlson

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This book introduces a kindergarten class and goes through each month of kindergarten beginning in September and once it's February it's been 100 days of kindergarten and the class has a party. each student gets to share something/someone that represents 100.
  Taylorsexton | Aug 15, 2017 |
Summary: This story follows a young mouse in kindergarten who is counting jelly beans in a jar with his class until he reaches the 100th day of school. On that day they have a party and he brings in his grandma who is 100 years old.
Genre: Fantasy
Media: Ink Pen and Watercolor
  mlucas09 | Nov 19, 2011 |
Great to read to Kindergarten. demonstrates what show-and-tell is, fun pictures.
  Maddiegrace | Feb 8, 2010 |
A kindergarten class saved up 100 jelly beans and then split them among twenty people for a math lesson ( )
  kwalk3 | Jan 29, 2009 |
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On the first day of kindergarten in September, Ms. Bradley says, “Each day of school I will add a jelly bean to this jar. When there are 100 jelly beans we’ll have a party to celebrate 100 days of kindergarten.” What will Henry and his classmates do until the big day? In October, they share special things at show and tell. In November, they remember what they are thankful for. December brings a day to play in the snow, and in January, Henry discovers a favorite library book. Before they know it, the 100th day arrives! Now how will they celebrate?

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"To celebrate the one hundredth day of kindergarten, each student brings in an example of 100 for show-and-tell, including a 100-year-old relative, and Ms. Bradley shares the jar of 100 jelly beans that have marked the days"--T.p. verso.

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