The 100th Day
of School is an excellent topic for an
interdisciplinary, thematic unit. You can incorporate
every subject area into classroom or school-wide
activities.
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the book covers for information from
Amazon.
Title:
100th
Day Worries
Author:
Margery Cuyler
Publisher:
Simon
& Schuster, 2000
ISBN:
0689829795
Ages:
5-8
Summary:
Jessica is worried about what she
will bring to the 100 days
celebration. This book is fun to
read aloud.
Title:
100
Days of School
Author:
Trudy
Harris
Publisher:
Miilbrook,
2000
ISBN:
0761314318
Ages:
5-8
Summary:
Explore
interesting number and math
problems dealing with
100.
Title:
Emily's
First 100 Days of
School
Author:
Rosemary
Wells
Publisher:
Hyperion, 2000
ISBN:
0786805072
Ages:
4-8
Summary:
For
the first 100 days of school,
Emily and her classmates learn
something new with numbers.
Title:
Miss
Bindergarten Celebrates the 100th
Day
Author:
Joseph
Slate
Publisher:
Dutton,
1998
ISBN:
0525460004
Ages:
4-8
Summary:
Each students brings 100
somethings to school for the
100th day
celebration.
Title:
100th
Day of School
Author:
Angela Medearis
Publisher:
Cartwheel (Scholastic),
1996
ISBN:
059025944X
Ages:
4-8
Summary:
Learn about the 100th day of
school.
Ideas:
This
is an easy to read book - Hello
Reader book
Title:
Fluffy's
100th Day At School
Author:
Mavis
Smith
Publisher:
Scholastic, 2000
ISBN:
0590523090
Ages:
4-8
Summary:
Fluffy, the guinea pig wins 100th
day contests.
This
is an easy to read book - Hello
Reader book.
Other
Good Books
From
1 to 100 by Teri Sloat
Hundred
Penny Box by Sharon Bell
Mathis
One
Hundred Hungry Ants by Bonnie
Mac Kain
One
Hundred is a Family by Pam
Munoz Ryan
One
Hundred Monkeys by Daniel
Cutler
Wolf's
Chicken Stew by Keiko
Kasza
Technology
Connections
Try some of the
following activities using the software in your
classroom, lab, or library:
KidPix or Paint
Software. Draw pictures that represent
100.
Graph Club.
Use Graph Club or Graph Action to chart 100
things.
Kidspiration or
Inspiration. Create a diagram showing the
relationships among 100 things.
Word Processor.
Write about what you'll do on your 100th
birthday.
Digital Camera. Take
photos of 100 things to share with others. Take a
photo of 100 things that reflects your class or
community.
Email &
Video. Interview people who are over 100 years
old. Videotape it. Share it with another class. Send
100 epostcards.