Hip, hip, hooray! It's the 100th day! This mini packet has several activities for your students to complete on the 100th day of school. I've included pictures of some of the ideas so you can see the completed project. Some activities included are:
Rollin' to 100-a dice game
Writing numbers to 100
Collect 100 things in a water bottle activity
Tallying to 100
100th Day ice cream activity
100th day take home book
Hi Julie! Love the packet, we used it this year for the 100th day of school. I have a question: there are a few pages in the mini reader where the students have to fill in the missing letters. On the cookie page, what is __ay? And for the gumball page, what do they put in the __ __ __ blanks? Thanks!
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Didn't use all of the activities in this packet this year but LOVE the ones we did choose to do.
tray....i think that's what i put....i don't have my file with me... :)
February 5, 2013
This is my first TpT purchase. I've been using the freebies until now. I love most of the 100 day activities, but I was hoping that this unit would include all the patterns from your blog of 100 day activities. I wanted the pizza pieces to copy on colored paper. Do you have the patterns on a blackline master. I also love Me at 100 years old, but I think I can manage those patterns. Thanks for all of your hard and creative work on this unit. I look forward to shopping at TpT again! firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello! The pizza pieces are die-cuts that my school has. I didn't cut those out by hand. I will see about tracing and adding those pieces at some point to the pack. You can go back re-download it once I've revised the unit. I don't want you to be unhappy with your 1st purchase! :) The "me at 100 years" is from Deanna Jump's 100th day pack and she has directions for it in that pack. Thanks so much for your question.
January 29, 2012
How do you introduce your centers? I sit down and show the kids how to do each center (like 2 at a time) and I put an example page up of every center. However, I still have kids who say they don't know what they are doing! Do you introduce all the centers at a time or do you add in a new center once in awhile? Do you rotate through the centers more than once? email@example.com
In your 100th day unit, the medal for the fruit loop necklace says, Yeah_______made it the 100th day. Is that correct?
I love your units and have followed your blog for over a year! You were so kind last winter to email me many of your Christmas and Gingerbread activities. I am so glad you are on TPT now! I am anxiously awaiting your penguin unit!
Thanks so much! Carolyn Lucas