Sunday, January 29, 2012


On Friday, we celebrated 100 DAYS OF SCHOOL!
We counted 100 fruit loops for our 100 DAY BREAKFAST!  We colored our numbers to match the amount on our string each day.  We discovered it took us 10 days to get to 100.
Eating 100 pieces of cereal!  Our laminating machine is broken so we couldn't use our 100 Day placemats :-(
Zero the Hero brought us a surprise!
It was a cookie cake with 100 M&M's!
Zero the Hero brought us gumballs, too!  We will estimate and count the gumballs.  How long will this take?!
This is the last page to our Zero the Hero book.
Look at our 100 Day Bottle Collection!  We had some interesting things collected.  Someone brought 100 wiggly worms!
Each student invited a guest to join us for some 100 day fun in the afternoon.  Here is the checklist of Zero the Hero stations.
The students had to turn the number 100 into something.

The students stamped 10 picture stamps to 10 strips of paper, then glued the strips to a sentence strip to make a HOORAY FOR 100 hat.
The students made the book cover for their Zero the Hero book.
They played Spin It to Win It!  This game can be found at Wild About K Kids.
Students practiced skip counting by 10's while punching the balloon. FUN, FUN, FUN!!!
The students learned many ways to write 100.
The students could help put together a 100 piece puzzle.  This station was completed early.  Apparently, I have lots of parents who love to do puzzles!  Some of the froggy friends were disappointed about not having a chance to help with the puzzle, but I told them we will do again next week - just the froggy friends :-)
Working on the 100 Day Hat.

Writing 100 around the world!

Playing Spin It to Win It!

Some parents having fun putting the puzzle together.

Working on the 100 Grid Mystery Picture.  I forgot to take a picture of this station completed :-(

My 100 is...

As you can see, we had a wonderful, busy day celebrating the 100 way.


  1. Hi Karen,
    Looks like you guys had a great day. Our 100th day is coming up. WOuld you be willing to share a doc copy of your station list? I won't be able to do as many since I'll be alone-no assistant or parents. :)
    Also, where did you find the book about 100 around the world???
    Thanks for the great ideas.

  2. I love your pictures! Our is coming up soon! Thanks for the great ideas! Do you have available the printable for the front of the hats?

  3. Looks like a super fun day! I loved your stations and I think inviting the parents was an awesome idea! I have never done zero the hero, but I wish I had. You make it look like so much fun! I'm a new follower! Please come visit my blog if you can.