On Tuesday the wind shifted...
By Wednesday it was clear something big was coming...
And on Thursday the excitement reached a fever pitch...
Finally, it was Friday, and everybody let loose because...
Last year's celebration was fun, but this year the teachers and kids really outdid themselves.
There were hats:
|Grade 2. 10 stripes with 10 objects on each. 10 x 10 = 100!!|
|We've come a long way since Day 39!|
|The kindergartners filled in a hundreds chart...|
|....then cut it apart and threw all the pieces in the air like confetti.|
|They also practiced their tallying skills.|
The first graders sorted 100 objects:
|How much money?|
|I got to bring my Legos to school!|
|Got a Jigglypuff card?|
The second graders had fun in centers:
Kids in the upper grades also got into the act:
|This game was originally called Total Ten. The numbers in the squares were decimals. The object was to capture 3 squares in a row that equaled 10. I changed the decimals to whole numbers by whiting out the decimal points.|