Get Loopy! Make a 100th Day Necklace
Especially in kindergarten and first grade, you've probably noticed that the number "100" is a star feature of the math curriculum. By the end of kindergarten your child should be able to recite all numbers from 1-100; and by the end of first grade, you should see some impressive travels up and down the number line as young mathematicians grasp number relationships, addition and early subtraction.
That means, of course, that the 100th Day of School is usually a big, happy learning fest in kindergarten and first grade classrooms! Here's a cute, fun way to support that learning at home, especially if there's a friend or bored sibling hanging around, too.
What You Need:
- Box of “Froot Loops” or other similar rainbow-colored “o” cereal
- Length of clean string, about 24"
- Scotch tape