The 100th day is such a big deal, and man did our students work hard! Each student spent the last few days writing 100 words each and writing their numbers from 1 to 100! Our board is almost complete.
We made cupcake sliders (an old reproducible from The Mailbox, I think) that counted by 5s to 100, decorated 100 glasses and crowns (from Oriental Trading) and read lots of books about the 100th day. One of our students brought a great book from Nancy Carlson about the 100th day in Kindergarten, displayed with the others below:
Each child also brought in a bag with 100 mystery objects and read their three clues to us. We had several children leave us stumped with their clues--one clue for a bag of chocolate kisses said "you get these at home, but not as sweet!" Another bag had a clue that read "they have pluses or minuses on top"--it was a bag of metal screws! So much fun that I didn't take enough pictures.