which in Thai is 100!
I don’t often count down the days to some special day or event.
And I certainly don’t count how many days my kids have been in school. I have noticed though that in the younger grades they like to do this. What’s neat about it is they include it their days lessons, especially for math.
Today I sent Tanysha to school with 100 goldfish to contribute to the classes ‘nueng-roy trail mix. Tanysha shared that other kids brought in cheerios, fruit loops, jelly babies and Japanese rice crackers to name a few.
It was the highlight of the day for her. This is what she came home with - a ‘fruitloop necklace’.
Happy February to you all!