How can a preschooler have fun on the 100th day of school?
Paint 100 squares. 🙂
We even counted 100 Gumballs when we made our Gumball Machines. 🙂
(I will have to add pictures later. – Somehow, I didn’t take a single picture of anyone making theirs. I will post their finished products.)
** We had fun sorting out 100 different objects.**
To make it simple we found 10 different items and counted each one to ten and placed them in their own basket. We ran out of time, but we still have to finish gluing those objects onto a poster board to tell a story. 🙂 Be on the lookout next week for the finished product.
Sorting 100 items allowed for some good conversation. What 100 things would you like? Maddox shared he would like 100 monkeys. Aubree and Morgan would like 100 puppies. Alex said he didn’t know. Charlie said he wanted 100 cars. Ryan said 100 toys. Jesse said apples and Lola said hugs. 🙂 Mason said 100 mickey mouse and cars. We all giggled and had a good time thinking of 100 things we would like to have. Next week, our conversation hearts should produce some more interesting conversations between us.
Then of course, we had to add some fun counting to 100 with legos. Who doesn’t like legos?
We tried to make a 100 tall lego tower, but it kept falling. 😦 We counted by 10’s sorting out the different sizes before adding them all together to 100. The kids had such fun sorting the bins and searching for each matching set. When we were all done they were each able to create their own masterpieces. 🙂
We finished off with our 100 count popcorn party. Somehow, I think they were less concerned about counting the popcorn. 🙂 Eating the popcorn was the highlight of their day. 🙂