Thursday, February 10, 2011

100 Days with Love!

       Thanks to the lovely winter weather he have had, we are just now celebrating the 100th day of school.  Normally at this time of the year my school babies would have done a couple of Valentine's writings and would have made a cute little decoration or two.  This year, when the 100th day of school comes closer to the middle of February instead of at the beginning, I decided to try and merge the 100th day with V-Day.

Here we have 10 Lovebugs made from 100 hearts....

10 Flutterbys made from 100 hearts....

If I had 100 pieces of chocolates...  
This is will be a full "box of chocolates."  Right now it's half eaten :).

If I had 100 pieces of chocolate, I would eat it all up.  I love chocolate.  I might share with my sister. (HAHA!  I love this one.  I think that it is my favorite.... Don't tell the other kids:))
If I had 100 Pieces of Chocolate, I would share them with my friend, and my family, and my brother.   We would eat them together because we love each other.  (SO SWEET!!!!)
If I had 100 pieces of chocolate, I would share them with a friend, and I would share them with my family.  Because this is too much to eat.  (I was thinking 'Speak for yourself!'  Just kidding! :))

100 ways to say "I Love You!"
This is still a work in progress.  I think we still have 75 ways to go!

Give them something they need. 

Make a chocolate heart.

Group hug!  (LOVE IT!)

It wasn't  the 100 days that I normally do and it's not the normal Valentine decorations, but the 100th day was celebrated and we're now decked out in hearts.  I think that this on one of my favorite 100 Days Celebrations.  


  1. darling idea! i bet your students loved it! i esp. love the "100 ways to say i love you" and i think i'll do it with my class!

  2. I love the chocolate box and 100 pieces of chocolate!! Such a creative teacher!

  3. Thanks! Brittany guess who wrote the "I would eat it all up........I might share with my sister." HAHAHA

  4. Haha I knew who it was when I read it haha!! To bad her sister would not share with her. HAHA I love those babies!

  5. I love this idea! Can't wait to do this with my students this year! Thanks!

    Ashley From
    The Teacher's Treasure Chest