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
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….