Saturday, February 8, 2014


While many of you have already celebrated your 100th day of school, I know many of you have said that with all of your snow don't know when your 100th day will even be at this point! Well here in Nevada, where we've never had a snow day, our 100th day was Monday. Here are some of the activities we did!

The kids had to build a concoction using 100 cups!

Tootsie roll pop experiment!
We made predictions on how many licks it would take to get to the tootsie roll in a tootsie roll pop. Would it take less than 100 or more than 100??
They recorded their licks with tally marks using this sheet from TpT. 

The results were quite interesting and varied from student to student. Some students unveiled their tootsie roll in less than 100 licks, while others took almost 200 licks!

We made 100 days smarter hats!

And in our math station, students raced to 100!!
Simple, but loads of fun! Students roll a die and move that many spaces. The first one to 100 wins. Students can use their own gameboard and actually RACE by continuously rolling to see who gets there the fastest....or you can have students share the same gameboard and take turns rolling one at a time!

You can download this freebie from my TpT store {here}

Freebie Fridays

If you're still looking for math activities for next week, check out my FEBRUARY MATH pack! 

81 pages of Valentine themed and Common Core aligned math printables and centers for K - 1. 

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Stop back by tomorrow for......

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