Monday, February 10, 2014

Hooray for the 100th Day!

What a lot of fun on the 100th day of kindergarten!

       Instead of making a collection of 100 items this year, we used Mrs. Miner's idea of making Superhero capes for the kids to decorate with 100 stickers. They were so excited to show them off!

    What can you make with 100 Legos?

       Or 100 blocks?

     Some were really good at this 100 piece puzzle. ( I brought it back from Germany in 1989.)

       We drew "I could eat 100..."  and "If I had $100, I would..."
One wrote, "if I had $100 I would buy chocolate for Mrs. Austin."

    She drew and labeled "Friends for 100 Days"

        We read lots of books about the 100th day.

       Searching the room for 100 hidden chocolate kisses was very fun.  We found all but one.

      Building with 100 red Solo cups was a very popular activity.

       It was great to have volunteers to help make 100 bead necklaces

       And help write 100 thankful hearts -- everyone wrote "mom" on the first one. 


      This mom helped them make a 100 piece snack, thanks to lots of donations from families.

       These kids were busy making 100th Day hats, thanks to Mrs. Austin for doing this!

     What a super day-- and now we only have 80 days left to get ready for first grade.
We ran out of time to make the 100 pancakes after reading "The Wolf's Chicken Stew" so we will do that tomorrow. It has been a nice change of pace, but back to work now -- more progress monitoring and assessments to do.

1 comment:

  1. Love the super hero capes.....What are they made of? Did the parents provide or you?


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