Well it’s that time of year again! On Friday we celebrated the 100th day of school! For literacy we read an interactive book about the 100th day of school on Starfall, and learned big number words. Then we created cut apart sentences about counting to 100.
Then we read the story “Grandpa’s Teeth” and wrote about what we would do when we are 100 years old. Then we took our pictures and changed them to what we may look like when we are 100.
For math we did 100 finger prints in ink, to make a gumball machine. Then we made a cut part puzzle that counted by tens all the way to 100.
Today we celebrated the 100th day of school and what an exciting day it was. We started off by working out to our favorite Count to 100 song “Count to 100 Everyday” by Jack Hartmann.
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Afterwards we reviewed our place value that we’ve been working on all year during calendar time by playing Starfall’s Place Value Game. We worked together as a class and counted all the way to 100 by groups of 10’s and by 1’s.
Then we read 100th day interactive book also from Starfall and then we brainstormed things we could count in the classroom that would equal 100. Students partnered up and found many things such as library books and writing paper. Then we talked about things we could count in our homes that would equal 100. We counted out 100 Fruit Loops as part of our snack and made 100 Fruit Loop necklaces.
Finally we finished up the day by making 100 day glasses and eating the left over Fruit Loops. It was a fun and successful day, happy 100th day of school only 82 more left to go!
Today we celebrated our 100th day of school! We started by rereading “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle and then created a list of things that the very hungry caterpillar could eat 100 of. We then created a caterpillar that is 100 circles long. The class was put into small groups where the groups made a set of 10 circles and wrote numbers on them.
We then practiced adding tens and ones in Starfall.com’s place value interactive game on the SMART board as well as make 100 day glasses.