They also had some math pages to accomplish. Rolling the dice til they reach 100 and coloring in numbered squares 0-100. And also another color/number page that they had to work math problems to figure out which squares to color in. I made this page up, so I wasn't surprised when it didn't turn out right. Oh well, they got the math practice in. :) We also had a chalk board where they were to write 100 things they were grateful for. And I had another art page for them to do, but we ran out of time. During supper I hid 100 hershey kisses in the school room. Each kiss had a number on the bottom, 1-100. When supper was finished, they all got to go on a kiss hunt. Once they thought they found them all, we sat down and as I called out a number, they said whether they had it. It was a good exercise for the younger ones in identifying numbers and keeping up with the counting.
Then we planned to watch 101 Dalmatians, but we couldn't find the movie, so they just picked one and had some down time. All in all, it was a good time/
Today, Monday, actually marks our 100th, so I decided we'd do something fun today as well. They did all their regular school work, but then we added some extra counting fun. The counting book that Reese's Pieces has is a lot of fun. Benaiah especially had a blast with it since it was full of diggers and loaders of all kinds.