100 Days of School Activities
1. When I am 100 years old or This is ____at 100 years old.
2. Divide the paper into two parts and have the children draw a picture to illustrate each side.
This is what I look like today. This is what I will look like when I am 100 years old.
4. Another idea for story writing is to have students finish each sentence:
I would like to have
Other ideas to celebrate 100 Days of school
1. Have a Derdnuh (hundred spelled backwards!) Party. Each child brings a snack of 100 things.
Each child is given an egg carton to count their 100 pieces into 10 of the egg cups.
2. Make 100 Shape Glasses
This is another great idea that Kerry Weisner gave me. This is a sample of one of the vests that a student made a few years ago. He glued 100 different things on his vest using 10 of each object. We have seen some wonderful, creative vests over the past few years. We usually have a little parade through the primary classrooms to show off our vests! Click on the letter below to see a sample of the homework letter sent home.
4. Make a 100 Cake
We made this last year and it was terrific!
100 mini marshmallows
1 yellow cake mix (no pudding in mix)
1 can cherry pie filling
Grease pan Count out 100 marshmallows into the bottom of the pan. Mix yellow cake mix according to the directions and pour over the marshmallows. Pour cherry pie filling over the top. Bake according to directions on cake mix.
The amazing thing is that the cherries will sink to the bottom and the marshmallows will rise to the top!
This is great for George Washington's birthday with the cherries!
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