There seems to be some confusion between my 2 schools as to the actual 100th day of school. One of my schools celebrated the milestone on Monday. The other one is celebrating it today. If you have a youngster, you know how important this day is to a Kindergartner. Yeah, I don't really get it either, but apparently it's a BIG deal.
One of the activities that the students must participate in is some kind of project using 100 objects. The school that is celebrating today had some really creative projects. Here are some pictures:
Obviously the student did this one by himself...or did he?
This one was a bit of a surprise...this is one of my student's project. Nice touch to put the stars on black poster board!
These next 2 are my favorites:
(Love the 3D effect!)
Did you do something cool with your child on his/her 100th day of school in Kindergarten?
* Update on my friend: when she went to the doctor this morning....they heard a heartbeat! It's the power of prayer, ladies! No doubt!
Mary - your friend's news just gives me chills! My favorite clause in the Bible is, "But God . . . " Will keep praying!ReplyDelete
Our schools do 100 day celebrations by linking it to service projects. One year asked the kids to bring a pair of clean men's socks for the homeless shelter. Another year they asked for new men's gloves. Each year they got well over 100 items, and it was fun for the kids to count them (and educational, but don't tell them)
Maybe next year they can try to collect 100 cans of food . . .
The elementary school where I tutor celebrated the 100th day on Tuesday. It really is a big deal for the kindergarten kids--has been since mine were there! And I don't know why either...LOLReplyDelete
We're past his stage, but I don't recall making a fuss of the 100th day with my kiddos. Where do the years go? Anywho, come over to my blog and snoop around a bit. And, please be sure to click on my Facebook Badge and "Like". BTW, am offering a book give-away. Look for the details either on my blog or FB fan page. I'm trying to drawn awarness of my FB page for my new children's book, The Tale of Ole Green Eyes Happy blogging!ReplyDelete
Right now 100th day only means that is when Randy will be released from the Hope Lodge and we can celebrate. I have not had a little one in a while. I did love the art work. It was very good.ReplyDelete
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My daughter's 1st grade class did the 100 day thing, too, only it kept getting pushed back because of the snow. Since she had two personal days this week, for doctor appointments, she was afraid she would miss it, but it was yesterday, and she said they had so much fun. I don't rememebr the details, but I do remember her saying they ate 100 things!ReplyDelete
I love the 100th day projects, so neat!ReplyDelete
And so grateful for good news for your friend!
I'm sure everyone is confused by the snow days, delays, etc. When I taught kindergarten I enjoyed the 100 day activities. I don't know how the parents felt about it : )ReplyDelete
I remember when our boys were that age.ReplyDelete
We have a book we would read about the 100th day of school.
That's great news about your friend.
How cute is that?? Love the flower and butterfly. I'm not sure when our 100th day is... was? We're schooling year-round these days. Except when we're not. ;)ReplyDelete
We spent out 100th day of school at home for our 4th snow day in a row. I am sure they will celebrate next week and won't even know they missed the actual day. What fun art projects those are!!ReplyDelete
Hi Mary,kids can do some amazing art work..thanks for sharing these great items.Hugs, BabaReplyDelete
I love the art of childhood!ReplyDelete
I remember when my children did this! It was always so much fun. All we're counting in high school is the number of days till Spring Break!ReplyDelete
We didn't get to celebrate 100 days here... ;-(ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for your sweet comment today! .-)
SO happy about the good news. :)ReplyDelete
I think we sent in 100 pieces of a snack (pretzels???)
All of these here are very clever.
Wow thanks for sharing! Gorgeous! I don't have any kids and I have never heard of this before. Back in the day lol... when I was a kid they didn't have anything like this around. At least not that I can remember.ReplyDelete
What a cute project idea. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a link to a fellow Mountaineer! God bless!ReplyDelete
So, that's what the 100 object is about. A mother asked for suggestions on the recycle/reuse e-mail group I'm on. What to do with 100 items intrigued me, but I did think what an unwieldly project for Kindergartners. Not knowing any better, I suggested that her daughter get 100 toothpicks and paint them. She said she wanted something a bit more like a friend's daughter used 100 pasta shells to make a picture. How fun! I want to do something with 100 things now. :-)ReplyDelete