Sunday, February 16, 2014

100th Day Fun

We had so much fun celebrating the 100th day of school.  We started the morning by making these adorable hats.  
Next we made shape collages, an idea from Growing Kinders.  Each table had a large shape with 100 small coordinating shapes.  We glued gum balls on a gum ball machine, fish in a fish bowl, sprinkles on a cookie, and snowflakes in a snow globe .

The students also made shirts at home for the 100th day of school.  This little sweetie was the "Tooth Fairy," complete with 100 teeth on her shirt and a sparkly wand.  Love it!  Here the students were putting together their 100th Day Hash snack, an idea from Kim Adsit's Happy, Happy 100th day unit.

 We also did some 100th day writing for a published class book.  These were also from Kim Adsit's 100th day unit.  The first was "If I had $100, I would…"

…buy 100 gum ball machines.

…get the rest of the Rapunzel {castle set}.

The other writing prompt was "100 days ago I didn't know…but now I do."  It was so sweet to hear the students talking about all that they have learned so far in Kindergarten.  At first, it was a struggle to get beyond "I didn't know about the classroom," or "I didn't know that there was a bathroom here."  But as we discussed and brainstormed together,
…to read!
…about the calendar and the schedule!

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