January is almost over so it's time to start thinking about all the fun that February brings. One of my favorite days in February is the 100th day. Not because that means that we are more than halfway finished with the year --which seems just crazy to me-- but because it is so fun to see the students so excited about a number! Moving from 2 digits to 3 digits is amazing...awesome...wonderful...in the eyes of a 1st grader. Perhaps that's why I have stuck with 1st grade all these years.
It's About Time Teachers.
Now there are many meanings behind that title, but for Barb, she collects clocks and knows a lot about dusting and winding them I would assume. She must have a big collection because she has had more than 30 years of teaching experience. She has seen phonics come and go and come back again. She has taught with Dick and Jane, Dr. Seuss and everything in between. I am sure she has seen more versions of the Standards than any teacher deserves to see in their lifetime and all her kids have learned regardless...because she teaches!
So like me, Barb's mind is thinking 100th day too. She has a fun post with 100...yes, 100 ideas for what you can do on the 100th day of school. Now nobody is going to get through all 100 things...but I'm sure you can find quite a few to help you through your 100th day of school.
And for those of you who have already had your 100th day because you must have year round school or something along those lines...just file this one away in your folder on your computer or pin it on Pinterest for next year!