Everyone brought a collection of 100 things. Gracie brought 100 horse items.
Ally brought 100 markers - I can't get her picture to turn around right!
Other 100 day activities - there are so many!:
- Draw a self portrait and crumple it to make a 100 year old portrait of themselves.
- 100 piece mosaic using construction paper pieces or squares
- Make 100 cents using different coins
- clip together 100 paper clips and measure things with them
- Make graphs from 100 candies - m&m's, gummies, (graph by color)
- Estimating activities: Put out 4-5 items in various bowls and have kids estimate how many - only one has 100 in it.
- How much water is in 100 ice cubes? How long does it take for 100 ice cubes to melt?\
- 100 items snack mix is always fun.
- make a book of 100 things we love - with pictures or magazine cut outs
- take a 100 step walk and let each child estimate where you will be before
- 100 exercises, bounce a ball 100 times
- String 100 fruit loops (put a cut straw between each group of 10)
- We always do some fun writing assignments -or just lunch conversations - What would you do with $100? I wish I had 100 _____. I can eat 100 ____. I would not want 100 ____.
- Think of 100 action verbs, nouns, math problems
So many ideas. So little time. A few years ago we celebrated Ally's 1000th day of school, (5th graders). We had lots of fun with that one, too!