IS counting her 100 fish rocks on ten frames.
In the morning we met up with first grade to read a book about the 100th day. Then we did some movement videos that helped us practice counting. After, we made 100th Day Crowns which you have probably seen come home.
Some of the stations we did with first grade included counting 100 collections, building with 100 legos, pattern blocks, and dominos, counting out 100 stickers, stacking 100 cups, making necklaces with 100 Froot Loops, and more! Here are some pictures:
Painting 100 gumballs
Counting 100 pennies
Coloring 100 shapes
Building with 100 dominos
Building with 100 pattern blocks
Writing 100 words
Stacking 100 cups
Making 100 Froot Loops necklaces
In the afternoon, we had even more 100 fun. Our gnome, Fizzlewicks left us a mysterious note on the whiteboard:
This resulted in great excitement and a number hunt around the room to find all the numbers 1-100. Children worked in pairs to sequence the numbers in groups of ten and put them in a number line across the floor.
They did a fantastic job! Fizzlewicks was very impressed.