100th Day Projects

With the 100th day around the corner, my kiddos are preparing for their big 100th day projects.  Since we are in second grade, my kids work on groups of 100 through a 1000.  Last year was a BIG success.  Many students traveled through our primary hallway to take a look.  I couldn't find all my fabulous pictures but did manage to find a few.

Here is the rubric used:


Here are a few examples:

The darling who made this project had the final 100 peace sign on a t-shirt to match her project.  SOOOO CUTE!!!

 This darling made a key (located in the bottom corner) to go along with her arrangement of goodies!


8 comments:

Gladys said...

These look great! Thanks for the fabulous ideas!

Jill said...

This is a great idea! I will have to pin this so I remember for next year. :) Thanks!

Marvelous Multiagers!

laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said...

Wow! Those are awesome! =)
Jennifer
First Grade Blue SKies

Ms. K said...

Thank you for the rubric. I am going to adapt you ideas to suit our 100th day dress up. I am the math coach at school and we will all be dressing up to celebrate the 100th day this week. Students will wear their 100th day outfit at Family Math Night that evening. We will announce the winners then. I am very excited. I will post pictures on my blog of the event soon on Teacherblogspot.com.

Mrs. Saoud said...

I have a rubric for 100 items as well. When I looped from 1st to 2nd, I changed the expectations. If needed, I'd be happy to email.

MLWhittier said...

Can you post a little more about the project? Do you have a direction sheet you send home that you would be willing to share? I like the idea!

Ms. K said...

Yes, thank you, I would love a copy of the 100th items, and a direction sheet too like MLWhittier said. I sent a letter home for the hundredth day dress up, and I will go ahead and post it if any of you are interested. I will post it in Word so you can change the dates, but I don't know if the formatting from all the pictures will hold up. my email teacherblogspot@gmail.com.

Mrs. Saoud said...

Hi Ladies,

Here is my post with the note sent home to parents. 100th Day

Cheryl