A Peek at My Week and 100th Day of School!!!

Last week, we celebrated being 100 days smarter!  It was the 100th day of school, which is so hard to believe that the year is more than halfway over!  After our reading block was over, we did all things 100!  


We always make these sweet little ladies and gentlemen!  {I am not even sure whose original these idea these were, since they're everywhere now!}  This is one of the funniest things we do all year!  I just love reading what they come up with!


Cara Carroll has the cutest 100th Day Freebie, so we used those stations for our math block.  They were super easy to prep!  We didn't have time to do all of them, so I adapted it down to five stations.  I have to say that even second graders had a blast with those stations!  They giggled and laughed, and they didn't want to stop playing!













These were a couple of the books we read.  We also read 100 Snowmen, which was super cute!


I rotated these posters around to each table.  I gave each table 5 minutes to add as many things as they could think of. We did 100 things I've learned, 100 acts of kindness, 100 math problems, and 100 words I know.





This week will be all about penguins and place value.  



Here are the links to each of the resources I will be using:





My class needs to revisit place value before we move on to triple-digit addition and subtraction with regrouping.  

I am using my Place Value Learning Centers for partner practice.  I will just rotate each center each day between five groups.  Amy Lemons' s place value unit is full of great activities, so I will be using the rest of that for independent practice.

Here are links to the resources for math:



I am linking up with Mrs. Wills' Kindergarten with everyone else sharing their plans!  I hope y'all have a great week!!!


1 comment

  1. I would love a blog post about how you run your centers. I see that you have five math centers and rotate between each group. Does that mean that they do each center everyday for five days,or do they do one center a day? I am trying to set up my math workshop so I am looking for ideas. By the way, I love your Journeys Units for first grade! :) Thanks

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