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What can your class accomplish in 100 days? Students get to know each other and keep track of what happens at the beginning of the school year—or any 100 days!
Start a daily class diary. Every day for 100 days, students create a new page with highlights of the day. With 100 days, everyone in the class will get several turns to contribute. Here are a few ideas for creating a group journal using Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils.
Number each day in big bold colors at the top of the page. Write about special events and highlights
Include your name and introduce yourself. What are your hobbies? What’s your favorite school subject? Draw a self-portrait, your pets, or sport.
Choose a new word for the day. Define and illustrate it.
What’s happening with the weather? Record the temperature. Draw the sky: cloudy, sunny, a rainbow!
List homework assignments. Absent classmates can check for their homework when they return.
At the end of the 100 days, students celebrate their accomplishments together!
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