For the last few days we have been measuring objects using paper clips, markers, pattern blocks, pencils, toys, and even our own feet! Today we discovered why it is important to measure objects using the same units and we explain it here:
1. 100 Animals Shared Reading:
We read the poem 100 Animals and created actions for our poem. Check it out!
2. If I Had 100 . . .
We did a writing activity all about 100. If you want to read our writing about 100 you need to visit our student blogs!
3. How Many Licks?
Today Mrs. Cassell gave us jumbo freezies. Yum! We had to estimate how many licks it would take to finish our freezies. After we estimated we started licking our freezies. We kept a tally of all of our licks. It was awesome!!!
When we finished licking our freezies we counted all of our tallies. There were so many! It took some of us over 600 licks to eat our freezies! We made groups of 100 to help us count. To see all of our results please visit our individual class blogs.
4. Patterns on a Hundreds Chart
Mrs. Cassell gave us stickers and a blank hundred’s chart. We used the stickers to make a different pattern on each row of the hundred’s chart. We made 10 different patterns and used 100 stickers. Some examples of the patterns we made are: