After several snow days threw a wrench in our calendar, we were finally able to celebrate our 100th Day of School! In elementary school, that's a pretty big deal and we usually have quite the celebration and this year it was no different. We enjoyed many 100 Day Activities, such as Flipping a Coin 100 times and graphing our results.
All Flip a Coin 100 Times worksheets can be found on Teachers Pay Teachers (TPT), which is where I do all my shopping! I'm not sure what the students liked more -- the thrill of having to go "all the way to 100" or learning how to flip a coin "the real way." Either way, each student enjoyed the activity and learned more about how the number 100 can be broken apart into two different numbers. Look how they concentrate! It's amazing!! ----------->>>
|Cora and Cameron work, work, work!|
|Kaysen finds 100 words...|
Lastly, we ended our awesome 100th Day with a sweet treat and challenge. I told my kids that I would happily give them each a Blow Pop sucker, but there was a catch: they had to lick it 100 times before they could crunch into it! It was fun listening to them attempt to lick the suckers and count to 100, and although I know I heard some early crunching, some of them were quite serious about making that challenge! Overall, we had a great day and we all left school feeling pretty happy-go-lucky and ready for 100 more!
|My Wild and Crazy Bunch of First Graders!|