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Recently we made it to 100 days of homeschool for the current school year!
It’s a day my daughter always looks forward to, 100 days of homeschool. I usually decorate the door to our homeschooling room, we do some sort of craft, and we have a special treat. It’s amazing the kind of reaction a few streamers and a simple sign will get from children. They think it is great, and want to play with and walk through the streamers all morning! I have to admit that I forgot the balloons, but they didn’t seem to notice.
The first thing we did was make some “100 days of school” crowns.
J-man and Miss E decorated their crowns to their liking and cut them out. We attached the crowns to some construction paper and I sized them to their heads. (If you use staples to secure the construction paper to the right size, be sure to add a little tape over them so the staples don’t poke heads, or get caught in hair!)
I also found a fun “100 things” worksheet for the kids to color and count. I thought I might get some groaning from my 10 year old about it being to babyish, but surprisingly he was happy to do it too. Then after getting some regular school work finished, we all went out for ice cream!
How do you celebrate your 100th day of school? Share in the comments below