Ms. Meza's 100 year-old grandma visited our school on this special day! The students had fun asking her questions about being 100 years old. After convincing them that they didn't have to die at age 100, students drew pictures of what they will look like at age 100. Hilarious!
We used the rotation schedule below to keep ourselves organized.
The start and ending times were key!
This was a fun necklace to make. And a realtest for some. Students strung Fruit Loops onto a thin piece of yarn. We used large plastic needles to help them do that. After every 10 loops, they added a paper tag for "10", "20", "30", etc. We decided to go with the paper tags because the straw pieces we used in years past took up too much space and required super long pieces of yarn,....which usually became a problem because they was too long. This worked much better for us.
These bingo daubers hats have become routine for our 100th day because they are so easy to make. Each piece of paper is copied ahead of time with the dividing guide lines. Hence, the ten rows. Students then stamp 10 dots in each row. We encourage the students to use difference colors. Best place to purchase these daubers it the Dollar Tree.
After their recess snack students were pumped to share their 100th Day Projects. This is always a highlight of the day. We reward students with a certificate and a trip to the treasure box for their efforts. They feel proud and they begin to understand the importance of completing and sharing a school project. Kindergarten/TK is where we begin to set these valuable foundations and we take this seriously.