This is a little something that I put together for my students. They loved it. You can get a page to print and copy to help you out over in my store.
I made cupcakes for all the students in our Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade classrooms with a few left over for staff.
I used Mike and Ike candy for the 1 and Fruit Loops for the 00.
I used paper plates and wrote "We are 100 days smarter" on the, punched holes, strung white yarn, and hung them in the hallway for the kids. They loved it!!!
I went shopping today and wandered around trying to think of that great new idea to share with my kids this coming Friday for our 100th day of school. So here it is and I'd love some feedback.
Each student will a quarter sheet of poster board, sheet of paper with "100 Days Smarter" printed on it. I'm going to print it in such a way that they can color in the letters (pictures coming soon), and 100 items to decorate the border with. They will get a baggie of 20 colored marshmallows, 20 red hots, 20 spray painted lima beans, 20 dyed macaroni elbows, and 20 fruit loops. They will smear glue around the border and then place their 100 items around to decorate it. I'm doing this with about 50 students when the other two teachers participating with me in this fun day trade classes. Please give me some feedback.
With my kids I'm giving them a headband to put 100 stickers on the band and then 100 pieces of thin strips of paper to attach to the band. I'm hoping to get the strips of paper to stand straight up.
For the cupcakes I'm going to put a Mike and Ike piece of candy and two fruit loops on the top to make the number 100.
I'm hoping to figure out how to add pictures to my blog so I can share all of this with you all.
Please let me know what you think and if you have any tips....share please!!
I would love to start my blog with great stories about how you plan to celebrate the 100th day of school!
We are a small school so there is only one section of each grade. Kindergarten, myself (1st), and 2nd grade each choose a different activity and then the kids rotate among the rooms to participate in each activity. Last year I had 100 Hershey Kisses (each one with a number from 1 to 100 on the bottom) that I mixed up and handed out to the kids. They put them back in order on a large 100's chart. The student with the 100 on the bottom of their Kiss gets a special prize.
Each teacher also does individual activities in the classroom. In the morning i challenge my kids to take 100 Accelerated Reader tests. They love the challenge.
I also share a cake that with everyone that I've prepared. This year I plan to make 100 special cupcakes to share. I have come up with a cute design for the top. Hopefully I'll be able to get a picture on here when I get them completed.
At the end of the day we have a balloon pop. Each student gets a balloon that has a number in it. One special balloon has the number 100 in it. After they pop the balloons the lucky winner gets a container filled with 100 pieces of candy.
Please share what you plan to do.
I love blogging and am so excited that you are reading my ideas!