Thursday, February 2, 2012

Happy 100th Day!

     Monday was a great, busy day!  It was crammed with fun, meaningful activities centered around the number 100.  Take a look at our photos to see what we did!

Wow!  We've been here 100 days!

To kick off our day, we made our 100th day hats.

      Our story about Miss Bindergarten inspired a class book.  The students had to answer the question, "What could you eat 100 of?" 

      For Math, we counted Froot Loops into groups of 10.  I was pleased that the kids knew we would need 10 groups of 10 to make 100.
 Once we had them counted, we strung them to make a necklace!

This activity was good for our fine motor skills, too!

     I was thrilled with your kind donations of ingredients for our special snack.  The children enjoyed counting out 10 of each type of food.  Yummy!  Thank you for your generosity.

      We ended the day with a scavenger hunt for Hershey's kisses.  Each kiss had a sticker number on it.  Every child had to find his or her matching number on a chart.  (Of course I let them eat their kisses at the end!)

All in all, the day was a success!

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