Sunday, January 22, 2012

100th Day of School

 

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Since the 100th Day of School is just around the corner {Friday to be exact} we decided to update a few of our favorite 100th day products that are in our TpT store and offer them to you at a discounted price through the end of the week.

If you’ve already purchased one of these items head over to TpT and grab yourself an updated copy.

Let you students flip a coin 100 times and record if they got heads or tails OR let them roll a dice 100 times and record what number they roll each time.   Then they can color code each turn and create a math problem that should equal 100.  It’s fun to get out the calculators to let them check their work!!!

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We always let our students make their own book about the number 100.   On each page they have to finish the sentence to tell  about 100 things they could lift, 100 things they would like to eat, 100 things they would not like to eat, what they would do with $100, what they wished they could have 100 of and what they would never want to have 100 of.   There is also space for illustrations on each page.

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One of our favorite books to read on the 100th Day of School is I’ll Teach My Dog 100 Words by Michael Frith.  After we read the book we let students make a book about 100 words they can read and write.  They are always shocked to see that they know so many words!!!

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graphics courtesy of Scrappindoodles

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4 comments:

  1. I love the flip a coin & roll a die 100 times sheets! What great math ideas. And good luck on the fascination award! If I don't win I hope it goes to someone who's blog I love too! :)

    Little Miss Glamour Goes to Kindergarten

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  2. I am loving both of those ideas...my kiddos LOVE dice! =)

    Heather
    Heather's Heart

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  3. YAY for 100th day!!!! Looks fun! Thanks!
    -Rachelle
    whattheteacherwants.blogspot.com

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