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100 Day Party
Submitted by Admin (11-10-2012)
At our school we have a 100 Day Party when the Kinders have been at school for 100 days. Starting on day 1 and using the 100 chart(either on IWB or wall chart-I use both!)we move a counter on the chart each morning until we get to 100. Great for familiarising children to the 100 chart, counting by 1, counting on to the next decade, counting by 10.
On the day the Kinder classes work in rotation with 100 Day activities, culminating in a party where we have 100 mini-cupcakes,100 balloons (blown up by Year 6 children)grouped into bunches of 10, drinks grouped in 10s, and a disco with children wearing their "100 day" hats.
Some of the rotation activities could be pacing out 100 steps, making hats with "100 Days in glitter" or collage for children to wear, grouping Teddy Counters, as a group graphing 100 Teddy Counters according to colour or size, painting or drawing what you like about school after 100 days, discussion about how children felt on their first day and how they feel now.
At the end of the party children receive a certificate to acknowledge their participation.