TeachersFirst th Day Activities: Here are fifty of our favorites.
Once upon a time, I did not think the th day of school was a big deal. I made it my personal mission this year to come up with a plan that would make it easier for me to do everything I wanted to do with my kids and have plenty of time to do it.
So this year, we started our hundredth day activities several days before the actual event. We did a little something each day to prepare for our big milestone and ohmiword…that was a LIFEsaver this year!!! My kids were SO creative!!! I woke up my boys with a little hundredth day breakfast.
They grinned from ear to ear. Speaking of my boys, they were very particular about the kind of shirts they wanted to wear this year.
My sweet Landon insisted on collecting autographs to wear and his sweet teacher was kind enough to humor him on his request. Grant had about a million different ideas, but as soon as he saw the packet of glittery solar system foam shapes, he was sold.
I decided to go with this little number. I found the idea HERE. Before the kids got to the room, I set out their hundredth day folders.
I just cut some poster board down to size and slapped a little label on it. After all the excitement building up to this special day, I knew they needed a special something to hold all their goodies.
We spent one afternoon making these hats. My kids were so excited to wear them. They were less impressed when all the stickers started falling off.
I guess I pulled out the stickers I had when I started teaching. Just look at the cuteness!!! We even got to show them all off in our th day parade! Look at my littlest cutie. That squishy little 4-year-old face!!! Cracks me right up!
While I spent a few minutes prepping our day stations, the kids were completely engrossed in finding the number on this little number search activity.These activities are great! You just saved my day today! LOL! And great activities to put in my supply teacher folder.
Thank you! I have been asked if the monthly journals and monthly math centers align with the Guided Math Units.. The answer is YES! I firmly believe that students at the first grade level need to work independently on concepts that are already learned.
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There are lots of ways to note the th day of school.
Here are fifty of our favorites. Many of these activities will challenge both lower and upper elementary students as they build better number sense for "" Enjoy! 1. Jump rope times.
Give the Dog a Bone is a fun game that works great on the Smart Board. The object is to find 10 hidden bones on the number square in less than a minute. A fun challenge for the th day! We celebrated the th day in fantastic first grade fashion. My students were welcomed to a fully decorated classroom clad in their th day t-shirts. To make these shirts, you need FABRIC paint. Looking for first grade math activities or a fun game to practice 1st grade math skills? Check out timberdesignmag.com's collection of 1st grade math activities!
2. Build the tallest house of cards you can using Looking for first grade math activities or a fun game to practice 1st grade math skills? Check out timberdesignmag.com's collection of 1st grade math activities!