(Note to self: Draw and write on him before you hang him up on the tile! It was so hard and things came out so uneven. Those eyes just look weird!)
Having a snack is our norm because we eat lunch at 10:30! (That’s what I call brunch. Ha ha!) We made a 100th day trail mix. (Nothing fancy). Because there are so many restrictions on what we can give the littles at school, we made the snack, and then the kids had the option of taking it to lunch if they wanted or saving it for home.
In an effort to save copy paper and use the huge stack of manilla paper I had, we just made simple mats together following my folding directions! It got the job done and we worked our hand muscles as we folded!
We did a scavenger hunt for 100 Hershey’s Kisses. Each kiss had a number on the bottom and then was hidden around the classroom. My friends had to find the kisses and then place them on the giant 100s chart without numbers! On my goodness! This was a little crazy, but so good! I just stood near the chart and very easily had an informal assessment as I watched who knew number patterns well and who didn’t.
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I will leave you with this lovely pictures of my wonderful teammates! This isn’t all of us, but it is the few of us who had matching shirts. 🙂