working on putting 100 animals in the mitten
putting 100 gumballs in the machine
Okay, so last year I had a student teacher to help me monitor groups when we did these little activities; however, I had to go at it alone so this is how we counted to make sure we had 100 items in each large mural...as a class we counted as I added and covered the items with blocks...yes, we had to add more on 1 of the things, take some off on one of the things, and one group was almost perfect...they had 101.
I def. went it to great explanation about how to count the items out, but it was hard for them to keep up with each other in the group.
Here we are seeing how many times we could write our name in 100 seconds
Tracing our numbers 1-100
Working in partners on our 100th day ice-cream cones
Here is the little 100th day book we will *finish* up on tomorrow...here are the pages inside
We made something as a class (mainly because we ran out of time) out of 100 blocks...
Here's how it turned out...it's a little hard to see on the rug, but they called it a playground
We practiced tallying all the way to 100...I called different students to come up and tally
Below are the finished projects hanging up in the hallway...
The cute little crown pattern is a FREEBIE in my tpt store
So easy and So cute!
I am loving the pizza and ice cream ideas! Super cute!ReplyDelete
First Grade Blue SKies
How fun! I love the crown! We will be there next week, y'all are a week ahead of us. :)ReplyDelete
Mrs. Patton’s Patch
Hey Julie! I LOVE YOUR blog and all your stuff on TPT!!!!! You are really an inspiring teacher!!!ReplyDelete
On the mitten and the pizza you all made in you 100 day activities, where did you get the animals and pizza tops. We don't have a small die cut like that. I know I could draw and cut them out, but was looking for a much faster way. Thanks!!!
Thanks! Yes, our school has die-cuts for both the animals and pizza toppings. I don't think I would cut them out myself...You could use animals stickers for the mitten one since they would be easy to find at a dollar store. :)
Such fun 100 day activities! Love them!ReplyDelete
Conversations in Literacy
It looks like you had a great 100th day of school. Mine is coming up on Monday. I plan to use your crown pattern with my kinderkids. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Hey woman! You rock! I totally stole your pizza/gumball idea and did the activity with my kinders yesterday for our 100th day! They loved it. Thanks for the inspiration :)ReplyDelete
How sweet Erin! So glad you had fun yesterday! :)Delete
Great ideas!! My 100th day hasn't come yet so I'll be using these!ReplyDelete
A Cupcake for the Teacher
I bought your TpT packet and plan on doing some of your great ideas in a week when we celebrate 100th Day! Thank you!ReplyDelete
Thsi year is going by seriously fast!
Julie-just LUV your activites and my kids do too! We celebrated 100th day yest and made our crowns with 100 stickers which took forever with stickers fallin off all over the room :(ReplyDelete
I want to make yours next year and have time for other activites. How did they come out so colorful and beautiful did they color them with markers?
Lucky me! Our 100th day isn't until tomorrow so I've had a chance to look at all your ideas before then! Your ideas are super cute and i've been sharing them with other people on my blog! I tagged you in a post, come check it out! firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
LOVE FROM GREECE!
Hi, I was wondering what it says under the gumball machine? I can't quite read it. Love the ideas!ReplyDelete