National Day of Writing– How did you celebrate?

October 24th, 2011 by Meg

For National Day on Writing #3 Andover Elementary was also celebrating MATH NIGHT… so the prompt for the school was to write about SOMEONE OR SOMETHING YOU CAN COUNT ON.

Great responses…poignant and interesting perceptions.
They were  on display

Written by a 7 year old at Andover Elementary Middle School

for the big night – hundreds of parents, siblings and students join in math activities, games and raffles.

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