Thursday, January 26, 2012

100th Day Burn Out!

Yesterday day we celebrated the 100th day of school and my kids were all kinds of excited! 
18 excited kids all day long = exhausted teacher by 3:00!

My students were greeted by this banner...
We decorated our 100th day crowns to wear for the day! 
We decorated our pizza with 20 mushrooms, 20 pieces of pepperoni, 20 pieces of cheese, 20 pieces of bell peppers, and 20 olives.  
We also decorated a gum-ball machine using 10 pieces of 10 different colors!
Decorating our hundreds sheets with 100 sticker *note to self BUY more stickers*!
Our end result displayed in the hallway, including our "Me today vs Me at 100" pictures: 

The pictures of them at 100 came out so darling! I loved them. 
Hope you have a great 100th day of school too!

And it is the time of year in Louisiana again: 
Although I love Mardi Gras season and Mardi Gras Balls, and even our Mardi Gras Break :)
I am 100% looking forward to afterwards so I can SLOWWWW down a bit! Geez. 

Last weekend we attended a Mardi Gras ball. Brett's mother was the Queen of the Ball and looked fabulous! So happy for her! 
Here is Brett's sister Ellie who is adorable and has a blog as well! Y'all have to go look at it, she has the cutest style! Love her. 

In other news its my bday next Tuesday (January 31st)… look for a little surprise to celebrate it with me!

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  1. Your 100th day activities are adorable! Our 100th day is on excited to have found these cute activities!

  2. used my poems for your gumball machine and pizza too...cute! :)

  3. Thanks Julie, you must have been the pictures I saw on pinterest!

  4. No way, you are too sweet! Thanks for mentioning my blog! :) Hope you had fun celebrating this weekend! Wish I could've been there


  5. The gumball machine and pizza are adorable! We'll have to do them when we have our 100th day next week :) Thanks for sharing these great ideas :)

    Lisa :) (new follower)
    Made In The Shade In Second Grade

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