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The 100th day of school brings with it the opportunity to celebrate with our students. If your kiddos are like MY kiddos, then these hands-on, challenging activities will be just the thing you need to add some fun to your celebration.
I have used these activities in my classroom for YEARS and the kids have commented on how much they enjoy them. I am excited to share them with you!
These six engaging activities will have your students working in teams and alone to accomplish each 100's themed task first. With an emphasis on math, estimation, probability, penmanship, and social skills, you aren't JUST celebrating, your students are still learning! Shhhh! Don't tell THEM that!
The kit includes: -In-depth teacher directions and suggestions -Blackline masters for each of the SIX activities -Certificates to give the winners of each activity (both in color and B&W) -Suggestions for other activities you can do AND MORE!
Happy Celebrating! -MrHughes :0)
Keywords: 100th day, activities, math, reading, writing, social skills, penmanship, direction following, celebration, 100th day of school
I have been teaching elementary level students since 2000. Working with kids is one of the most rewarding experiences one can ask for. I have spent 1 year as a computer teacher (1200 students), 3 years as a 5th grade teacher, and I have been teaching 6th grade since 2005. As of 2015, I am the full-time administrator my my elementary school and I LOVE it.
MY TEACHING STYLE
I work hard to be a hands-on teacher where students are given the chance to do the learning and teaching.
HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT
I was a Scholastic Teacher Advisor in 2006-2007 Teachers Pay Teachers Presenter for the 2014 Conference in Las Vegas, NV Teachers Pay Teachers Presenter for the 2015 Conference in Las Vegas, NV
MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY
I received my associates degree from the College of Eastern Utah (Now Utah State Eastern). I then received my bachelors in elementary education from Southern Utah University. I obtained my masters in educational leadership from the University of Utah in 2011.
ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
I am the father of six awesome children and have an amazingly artistic and creative wife! I am looking forward to networking with educators and others alike!