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Arts & Crafts: 100th Day


100 Day Wreath added 2-2-01 (C) Christa of Preschool Education .Com

Need: paper, glue, scissors, pencil, ribbon

Directions: Have your class (and other classes if you want) trace their hands on different colors of paper. Cut out the hands. If you are just doing this with your class have the children do this several times so you will have 100 hands. Then number the hands 1 to 100. As a class, starting gluing the hands onto a large paper circle with the center cut out. Start with 1. Count out loud as you glue the hands on. Keep layering the hands till you have all 100 on the wreath. Ad a ribbon bow and hang on your classroom door.
Optional: Ad a banner across the wreath that says happy 100th day!


When you are 100 added 2-2-01 Submitted by: Sue Z.

Need: paper, crayons, markers

Directions: 100 is a hard term for young children to grasp. One way you can try to start explain ins with the activity. Have the children draw what they think they will look like when they are 100 years old!


100 Headband added 2-2-01 (C) Christa of Preschool Education .Com

Need: Paper, computer, printer

Directions: Using different types on your computer and a word processing program type 100 many times. Print. Make copies of this page. Have the children color in the 100's or around the 100's. Then cut around them. Make a headband out of construction paper, and have the child glue as many of the colored 100's as they want on the headband. When it dries wear for your 100th day party.



 



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