Wednesday, January 20, 2016

100th Day Take-Home Project

Last year I had my students complete a 100 Days Take-Home Project:

I was scheduled for parent/teacher conferences on our 100th Day so I was BUMMED I could not do my traditional 'make and wear something with '100 things' on it.

You can read all about my usual '100 Day Fun' HERE!

I had done '100 collections' before but they always seem to cause drama or heartache is a favorite toy, sticker, etc goes missing!

SO, I decided to make their 100 Day project somewhat similar YET still allowed for creativity!

As you can see I got many different interpretations!

About 2 weeks prior to our 100th Day I sent home a note explaining the project, a copy of the gumball machine base and a 12x18 piece of white construction paper:

Many chose not to use the construction paper, but I wanted to provide it in case a family didn't have the means to get a piece large enough!

As the projects came in the students explained what they used and how they made it and then it got displayed outside.

I did have a handful of children not return the project and I gave them the option of making one at my back table during indoor recess so that they didn't feel left out!

If you would like to do this project, I have included the letter and gumball machine base in this FREE DOWNLOAD!

Want to make the 100th Day even sweeter?
Here is a fun treat to send them home with:
It is FREE in my TpT Store!

And speaking of Teachers Pay Teachers...
is going on NOW!

PLUS I have extended the 20% off EVERYTHING sale in my store through Friday January 22nd!

You can find all of my 100 Day Resources, Winter, Black History and more by visiting the Custom Categories that are outlined on the left-hand side of my store:

Hope your 100th Day is BUBBLING with FUN!
Until next post,

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing! I like the gumball machine idea; so many possibilities for gumballs!

    A Very Curious Class


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