100th Day Activities
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We will be at day 84 when we return which will put our 100th day on the 29th of January. Have a few things planned - 100 object collections, collecting 100 buttons for me to wear on a vest, copies of $100 dollar bills to use in math, but nothing beyond that yet. I know there are all sorts of activities floating around - anyone have an absolute must do favorite?
I did sew 100 buttons on to an old white t-shirt that belonged to my husband. It is a once a year wear and the kids love it. It took me about an hour to do it and is very interesting to wear.
Here's a terrific resource. 300 Ideas To Celebrate the 100th Day of
School http://users.aol.com/a100thday/ideas.html. This is on Joan Holub's site (author of the book) - will take lots of time to read through but worth it!
I painted 10 sets of 10 different things on a sweatshirt with fabric paint. 10 fish, 10 happy faces and so on. It turned out really cute. One year our principal pinned 100 one dollar bills all over her outfit.
It would be cute to make 100 Hungry Ants (from the book of the same name) on a sweatshirt -- using an ant stamp or thumbprints.
I am starting to think of 100th day - I found this cute project http://www.accucut.com/education
/ideas/projects/ehc0085.htm. The grid should actually be turned clock-wise one quarter of a turn to read correctly.
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