## 100-Day Activities

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Happy 100-Day With a 100-Topping Pizza!

If you're like my school, you'll be celebrating 100-Day in February.

I LOVE that day!  It's such a fantastic opportunity to do so many math things.  I also liked to have my Y5's count to 100 in a variety of different ways.

100-Day Pizza is a non-boring way to do that. Our pre-school has a pizza-themed day and the children love it, so I thought it would be fun to design a pizza with 100 toppings.

If your kiddo's are learning to skip count by 10's to 100 then use that pizza template.  If you're also counting to 100 by 5's, you may want to give your students a choice.

I designed this packet so that you could cover quite a few Common Core State Standards: RF.K1a, RF.K1c, RF.K3c, L.K.2a, L.K.2b, RF.1.1a, L.1.2b, K.G.2, K.CC.1, K.OA.1

Remember to remind students that they are reading from left to right and top-down. Have them note the spaces between words, circle the capital letters and add the end punctuation.

There's opportunities in the booklet to skip count by 2's, 3's, 5's and 10's.

Besides the easy reader booklet that contains quite a few sight and Dolch words, I've also included a pizza craftivity, 2 graphing extensions, a shape sorting mat, pizza patterning page and a count the pizza slices by 5's worksheet.

The 100-Day pizza, has 100 toppings! Students can arrange them by 10 groups of 10, or 20 groups of 5, depending on how you want them to count to 100.

These 100 topping pizzas review 2D-shapes as well as colors, and make a terrific 100-Day bulletin board.

If you're looking for more 100-Day activities, click on the link to zip on over to that section of my site.  There are over 30 more fun things to keep your students educationally stimulated and excited on 100-Day.

Whatever you've planned I hope it's sentsational!

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