Happy Monday, friends! I hope you had a great weekend. We enjoyed dinner with friends (baby-less) on Friday, a busy Saturday of errands, and then my hubby and I were part of a concert at our church on Sunday.
I'm actually happy that it's Monday. With such a busy weekend, I'm ready to get back into the daily groove.
AND - I'm REALLY looking forward to finishing (fingers crossed) my colonial unit by the end of the week! It's coming together very nicely!
Can't wait to show you all the details!
So - have you celebrated your 100th day of school year? It's getting close for the kiddos around here, so I wanted to share a fun game you can play with your kids on your 100th day of school.
It's called "Close to 100"
Students roll a pair of a dice three times and add up the numbers to see who can get the closest to 100.
It's great practice in number sense, addition (with and without regrouping) and subtraction (with and without regrouping).
Throw in a little friendly peer-to-peer competition and you've got yourself a winner!
You can find this freebie game here with the complete set of directions. It will also be always available in Math Games Tab under "number sense."
Enjoy, my friends!
Find more activities for the 100th Day of school on this Pinterest board!
PS - in case you missed it - check out these two super bowl games to play this week in prep for the big game :)