What would your 100's Day be without a graphing activity? Students have to decide which of three jars has 100 hearts AND to explain their thinking. After this is done, they write their name in the appropriate space on the graph. When all the children have finished their sheet, it's time to find out which jar does have 100 hearts. Let the counting begin!
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for other fun and engaging 100's Day activities. You'll find activities such as: 100's Day Stationery, patterns for a 100's Day Fruit Loop Necklace, pattern for a 100's Day Visor, a 100's Day Race to 100 game, an I Wish Book, a 100's Day Missing Number 100's Chart, another graphing activity involving 100 Sucker Licks and a 100's Day Number Book that consists of 10 pages with 10 math problems per page - all based on Common Core Math Standards. You'll have so much celebrating the 100th day of school with your students with these activities.
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