Hip Hip Hooray – It is the 100th day of school! All of these activities rule and are really really cool! Have fun as you enjoy your favorite one!
Measuring 100 Video
Here is a wonderful video from a new online resource. It reminds me of United Streaming/Discovery Education. It also features Curious George. Enjoy!
How Do We Measure 100? : PBS LearningMedia.
Discovery and Research Activity –
What was life like 100 years ago? First, calculate 100 years ago from this year (2012-100=1912)
100 Day of School PowerPoint – Life 100 years ago
* New Mexico became the 47th state and Arizona became the 48th state
* 1st parachute jump from an airplane occured
* Girl Scouts is formed!
* The electric starter was placed in the first car
* The first japanese cherry blossom tree was planted in Washington, D.C.
* The Titanic ship sinks
* The first neon advertising sign appears in Paris, France.
* The traffic light was invented
* Skee Ball was invented (1909) lke in Chuck-E-Cheese
* Electric Mixer invented (1908)
* The ice pop was invented (1905)
* The fly swatter was invented (1905)
* Electric sockets, to plug things into, was invented (1905)
* Air-conditioning (1902) was invented
* The average salary was $750 a year!
* Milk cost .32 a gallon!
* The car industry boomed as the Ford Model-T car was produced on an assembly line for $345!
Predictions of Us at 100 Years Old!
Today and 100 Years from now….
100 Years Writing Prompt
100 Days of School Activities – Free Printables!
Emergent Reader– 100 Animals – Free Printable! http://www.marcias-lesson-links.com/100%20Animals.pdf
100’s Charts – 4 different kinds where students write from 1-100! Free Printables! http://www.atozteacherstuff.com/pdf.htm?100charts.pdf
Match the money to the number sight word– Cut and paste Money matching Number sight words
100th day of School Poem
Hip Hip Hooray
I like the 100th day
This week we will say-
Hey! Hey! Hey!
It is the
Click on this blue link to print the poem for free! 100 day of school poem
Dress like you are 100 years old!
History facts from: Facts from: http://www.historyorb.com/events/date/1912?p=2 and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_United_States_inventions_(1890%E2%80%931945) and http://kclibrary.lonestar.edu/decade10.html
I had my students write and draw what they would look like at “100.” I just love a Kindergarten’s impression of “old!”
What would a Kindergartener do with $100? Here are some ideas….