February 2nd, we celebrated the 100th Day of School. In the afternoon, we had five stations to rotate through.
|making trail mix using 100 pieces of food|
|using paint dobbers to make 100 dots around a star|
|counting 100 beads and then making it into a necklace|
|counting 100 legos and then getting to play with them|
...and I guess I didn't take a picture of the last station. To be honest, now I don't remember what it was. Huh,, lesson plans came in handy. I was able to pull them up to figure out what it was. The last station was to color a "I'm 100 days smarter" pennant.
|The friends in their 100th Day hats|
This is a squiggle. It can be done various ways. Today they were given a 100. They had to turn the 100 into a picture and write about it.
|"My 100th day squiggle is a valentine's krd."|
|"My 100th day squiggle is attack spider. It has all kinds of weapons. It has a shield nothing can get through it."|
|"My 100th day squiggle is a butrfli."|
What would a 5 or 6 year old buy with $100???
|My little dinosaur expert|
|This friend would buy teeth with $100.|
|This friend would buy cotton balls. Lifetime supply, I guess.|
|$100 worth of gumballs... this friend needs to make nice with the one buying teeth.|
The kids enjoyed their 100th day of school and so did I... it meant we are on the downhill slide!