Seth filled in the last space on his 100 chart on Monday so we celebrated our 100th day of school. We missed filling out our chart on several Home school Building days, so we may have passed up our "real" 100 day a few weeks ago. We started our day counting out 100 Apple Jacks for breakfast,
...making 100 Day glasses, (Lydia really got into that)...
|Doesn't she look 100% loveable for 100 Day?|
...fixed a 100 piece puzzle,
...cooked up 100 mini pancakes for lunch,
...and performed 100 different exercises, counted out and stacked 100 pennies, played a game with our 100 chart, measured objects around the house with 100 paper clips attached together, colored "100 Day" color sheets, finished a 100 dot-to-dot, and best of all, went to Meijer and picked out 100 pieces of candy at their "buy in bulk" wall. (He always begs to get candy there and the answer is always "no,"so it was fun to see his face when I took him to the back wall where they have scads of containers of candy and told him to pick out 10 of 10 different kinds of candy.) We also read 100 Day books including Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the 100th Day; Fancy Nancy and the 100th Day of School; The Wolf's Chicken Stew; and Young Cam Jansen and the 100th Day of School Mystery.
Seth's take on 100 Day: "It was great!"