02102019, 06:09 PM


Here's one I always did on the 100th Day of School as part of small group rotations...
I had a hundreds chart that was a floor mat size. I cut squares of construction paper in different colors to make a design on the mat. (You can google hundreds chart pictures for tons of ideas.) The kids would take turns placing the colored squares on the hundreds chart based on the clues that were given. Things like, "this square goes on the square that says four tens and six ones". Or "this one goes on the square that is the number before/after seventytwo".
We also did the traditional things like making a "100 Snack", Cereal necklaces with cereal grouped by tens, doing 100 actions, etc.
