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100th Day Celebration

      100th Day of School
   Sometime in February we reach the 100th Day of School.  Only 80 days are left.  But it's also a great opportunity for us to review many math skills along with a few others.  We wrote stories, sang songs, did centers, read books, and counted, counted, counted! 
 
We read books about counting to 100.  Then we practice doing it ourselves.
 
 
 
We counted by 2s, 4s, 5s, 10s, 20s, 25s, and 50s.  We started talking about multiplying!
 
 
The winner of Chutes and Ladders is the first to get to 100.  The boys in the background stamp 100 math facts to be completed.
We brought 2 groups of 100 from home.  The one group of items we counted with, then glued to paper and hung in the hall.  The other group of 100 was food.  When we had our party with the other 2nd grades, we counted by 100s as we added the treats together in a big bag.  At the end, we divided up over 6,000 pieces of snacks!
 
At recess we bounced a ball 100 times, hopped on one foot 100 times, jumped rope 100 times, and tried (with much difficulty) to do 100 jumping jacks.
 
 
 
If your family would like to have fun with 100 too, listed below are some books you might enjoy.
 
100th Day Worries by Margery Cuyler
100 Ways to Get to 100 by Jerry Pallotta
100 Days of School by Trudy Harris
The m&m's Count to One Hundred Book by B.B. McGrath
The 100th Day of School by Angela Shelf Medearis
The 100 Book Race by Patricia Reilly Giff
Fluffy's 100th Day at School by Kate McMullan
The 100th Greatest Day of School by Michelle Poploff
Spooky School 100th Day by Bader and West
One Hundred Hungry Ants by Elinor J. Pinczes
The Cheerios Counting Book by B.B. McGrath
Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the 100th Day of
         Kindergarten by Joseph Slate
100 Days (Plus One) by Margaret McNamara