A couple of weeks ago, we celebrated our 100th day of homeschool this year! Woo hoo! The end is in sight! ;)
This is the table runner I made by just writing on a long piece of paper from the kid's drawing roll.
I also made them some simple shirts with buttons and rick rack (glued on with fabric glue) in honor of the occasion. The certificate was a freebie I found here.
The celebratory breakfast consisted of sprinkle pancakes with whipped cream on top and MORE sprinkles!
Hey - why contain the excitement of the day to ourselves? Why not share the joy?
That's exactly what we did - by passing out 100 pieces of candy. Well, actually I think we only made it to ninety-seven or something like that before we had to head back home. But the kids had fun and lots of people received an unexpected piece of candy that day (while Mommy completed errands).
Mission accomplished (mostly). ;)
We headed back home where the kids enjoyed fishing 100 mini M & M's out of a container filled with cereal (organic fruity o's).
We then made necklaces (or snakes depending on your child's point of view) with the cereal pieces.
We also attempted to find different ways to make 100 cents in 100 seconds. (This activity we did a few times - 100 seconds isn't a whole lot of time to work with, after all.).
I was the bearer of good news that each child would be given a dollar (100 cents) to spend at the Dollar Store (Tree)...
and the next day, the kids concluded their celebration by purchasing one toy each with their dollar bills. :) Fun times!
Happy 100th Day of Homeschool/School to you other mommies and teachers out there!