Monday, February 9, 2015

100 Days of School!

Here they are holding their booklet that they made.

This is what the 100 booklet looked like on the inside.
 We celebrated our 100th day of school on Thursday, February 4th, 2015!  The kindergartners have learned so much since that first day of school!  I am really proud of them!  Today we did many activities revolving around that number 100.  
  • counted 100 pennies 
  • found other ways to make a dollar using nickels, dimes and quarters
  • counted by 1s, 5s, and 10s to 100
  • wrote 1-100
  • attempted to be quiet for 100 seconds - that was pretty giggly
  • wrote a list of 100 things they learned in kindergarten   
  • illustrated a booklet and  drew pictures of what we could buy with $100, what they could eat 100 of, what they would want 100 of, etc.
  • made a cool headband with the #100 on it
I read several books about the 100th day of school and in the afternoon we had a cupcake to mark this special day!
I didn't think we'd come up with 100 things they'd 
learned, but actually there were more than this!

Cupcakes topped off the day!

They had a great day!

I'm glad the cupcakes weren't any larger!

Silly, silly, silly!

1 comment:

  1. Vertices?? Wow! I had to stop to think about what that was. (= Do you remember what plumicorns are? Do you remember what a pip is? The GHOW Cam in OKC has a new owlet, and the second egg has a pip and is expected to hatch within 48 hours. How many days is that? (= You K-kids are so smart!