Happy 100th Day of School!! We had a very fun day filled with counting and math activities! This morning we counted our cheerios snack into 10 piles of 10 to make 100 cheerios! We enjoyed sharing our 100th day projects and explaining how they were made. Thank you for your cooperation in helping the children complete their projects. The children most enjoyed our math lesson this afternoon. We used conversation candy hearts to make groups of 10. Then we graphed how many of each color each child had. When we finished our lesson, the children were able to eat their heart candies. I was asked if we could do math like this everyday! :) We ended our special day reading some funny 100th day stories. Enjoy the pictures below from our day!
Did you enjoy the snow on Wednesday? From the sounds of things, our class sure enjoyed the day off! During our math lesson on graphing I asked the children who participated in the following snow activities: building a snowman, having a snowball fight, building a snow fort, and shoveling. Our classroom graph showed the most children had a snowball fight and the fewest amount of children shoveled. I am not surprised by these results! :)
Our snow day has pushed our 100th day of school to Thursday, February 13th.This day is sure to be a fun filled math day! I can't wait to see the projects and/or collections the children bring to school!
We have been very busy learning letters and the sounds they make. We have already learned more than half the consonants and three vowels. Do you know the song, "What Does the Fox Say?" Well, here in Private Kindergarten we have our own version, "What Does the Vowel Say?! Ask your child to sing it for you!
Check back soon for some pictures from our 100th Day and Valentine's Day celebrations!