Happy 100th Day of School

Mrs. Nelson’s kindergarten class had SO much fun celebrating the 100th day of school! We have been learning and growing for 100 days and that called for a celebration. Our class has been working hard learning how to count to 100, write our numbers to 100, and challenging ourselves figuring out different ways to break 100 apart into equal groups. On the 100th Day we were able to use our skills to complete many fun 100 themed activities.

We made fun hats with 10 colorful strips and put 10 stickers on each strip. 100 stickers to wear all day.

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We used number recognition and counting to stamp our way to 100 gumballs.

Each student brought a different food item to class. We made predictions about what type of food would be the heaviest, lightest, highest volume, and least volume.  Each student counted out 100 pieces of their food by making 10 groups of 10. We weighed each item and them compared and contrasted. When we were finished we dumped the leftover (untouched) food into a giant bowl and created a delicious 100th day trail mix. Yum-yum…we enjoyed it for an afternoon snack.

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As part of our weekly homework each student brought in 100 pieces of an item of their choice. We had a show and share and then displayed our eclectic groups of 100 on a collection board.

100 Sprinkles Smarter! We made fun cupcakes with 100 sprinkles on each. We counted out 10 sprinkles of 10 different colors.

Each student wrote a sentence and illustrated a picture about one thing they have learned in the first 100 days of kindergarten. We have learned so much and have grown academically, socially, and spiritually.

Thank you, Jesus, for a successful first 100 days of school!

By: Mrs. Laura Nelson, Kindergarten

 

 

Author: jhollatz

I am the principal of St. John's Lutheran School and a proud dad of two girls at SJLS!

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