Ice cream treat

Reception and Year 1 students were given the task of learning how to independently read and write different sentences each week for 5 weeks.  With every success, the students earned a 100 fcfa coin from home.  They were so proud to be able to put their earnings in our class ‘piggy’ bank.  They were even more pleased to see our coin graph gradually filling up with silver circles as the weeks progressed.  They learned how to count in hundreds, and that 10 of those 100 fcfa coins brought them each to 1000 fcfa!

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What better way to celebrate their achievement than to use that hard-earned cash to buy their very own ice cream at Festival des Glaces?

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They showed that we were big enough to count their own coins, pay the cashier, choose their own ice cream, and, of course, practice their pleases and thank yous! It truly was a sweet trip!

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