MT students celebrate ‘Twosday’


Feb. 22nd, 2022 has consistently been referred to as “Twosday” as it is written 2-22-22. It is a palindrome — meaning it reads the same forward and backward. It is also an ambigram, meaning it appears the same, even when you turn it upside down! Several students this week have had fun with this concept. Pictured is Mrs. Kirkpatrick’s class of Miami Trace kindergarten students. For fun, kindergarten students were allowed to wear tutus, ties, and mismatched shoes as a way to celebrate “Twosday.”

Feb. 22nd, 2022 has consistently been referred to as “Twosday” as it is written 2-22-22. It is a palindrome — meaning it reads the same forward and backward. It is also an ambigram, meaning it appears the same, even when you turn it upside down! Several students this week have had fun with this concept. Pictured is Mrs. Kirkpatrick’s class of Miami Trace kindergarten students. For fun, kindergarten students were allowed to wear tutus, ties, and mismatched shoes as a way to celebrate “Twosday.”


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Feb. 22nd, 2022 has consistently been referred to as “Twosday” as it is written 2-22-22. It is a palindrome — meaning it reads the same forward and backward. It is also an ambigram, meaning it appears the same, even when you turn it upside down! Several students this week have had fun with this concept. Pictured is Mrs. Kirkpatrick’s class of Miami Trace kindergarten students. For fun, kindergarten students were allowed to wear tutus, ties, and mismatched shoes as a way to celebrate “Twosday.”

Feb. 22nd, 2022 has consistently been referred to as “Twosday” as it is written 2-22-22. It is a palindrome — meaning it reads the same forward and backward. It is also an ambigram, meaning it appears the same, even when you turn it upside down! Several students this week have had fun with this concept. Pictured is Mrs. Kirkpatrick’s class of Miami Trace kindergarten students. For fun, kindergarten students were allowed to wear tutus, ties, and mismatched shoes as a way to celebrate “Twosday.”
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/02/web1_274624670_2087443091405890_6679061811496925196_n.jpgFeb. 22nd, 2022 has consistently been referred to as “Twosday” as it is written 2-22-22. It is a palindrome — meaning it reads the same forward and backward. It is also an ambigram, meaning it appears the same, even when you turn it upside down! Several students this week have had fun with this concept. Pictured is Mrs. Kirkpatrick’s class of Miami Trace kindergarten students. For fun, kindergarten students were allowed to wear tutus, ties, and mismatched shoes as a way to celebrate “Twosday.” Courtesy photo