PREP students have demonstrated their love of learning with math and reading to celebrate their 100th day of attendance at school.
The Prep T class at Kerang South Primary school recognised their 100th school day on July 31 by filling their week with activities related to the number 100.
On Monday they performed math by measuring, counting marbles, unifix blocks, cotton balls and other objects, and learned that it is was quicker to count by tens.
"I liked guessing and measuring in the corridor," student Harper Budjoso said.
"My guess was a little bit off, but it didn't matter."
On Tuesday, the class made special celebration hats, and drew self portraits of themselves as centenarians.
The class also wrote about being 100 years old.
Throughout the week they also read 100 books with grade five and six students, an activity many students enjoyed.
"I liked reading with my buddies," Ally Gillingham said.
Sienna Hick also enjoyed the creative activities.
"I liked it when we did art and craft. It was fun to make the pictures of us," she said.