Monday, February 16, 2009

Happy 100 Days of School Room 102!

Hi Everyone,

Today we celebrated 100 days of school with our Canadian blogging buddies in Room 102. It is only our tenth day of school so we celebrated that too by making some bibs and bobs paper quilts.

Each paper sheet has ten objects on it.We will join these pieces up tomorrow, in groups of 10 to make a couple of 100 quilts to hang up on the wall. Our '100' activities will continue all week because it is too good a theme to just visit for the day.

We also shared a special 100 cake for lunch. 100 % of the class thought it was delicious!


  1. What a wonderful thing to do to celebrate with another school from across the world. I think that they will be happy with the finished artwork when its completed. Nice to see a class photo of your students too! We really need to get that done too. As always great to read another post from this wonderful site!
    Mr Webb and Room 8, Melville Intermediate School, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  2. Hi Sue and the Junior Crew,
    I loved seeing your picture of the class and so excited that you are celebrating the 100th day of school, too. We had a yummy cake, like you. I have to write a post and put some pictures on our blog of our day. It was fun and very busy. You have a wonderful blog. Thanks for sharing with all of us.

  3. Wow, Thanks for all your beautiful comments guys. I can't wait to share them with my class tomorrow. It is almost 9:30 at night right now and time for me to go to sleep. This is so much fun communicating with you. We will write back to you tomorrow.

  4. Hi Junior Crew
    I like your pictures of your 100 project quilt. - Laura
    I would like to see you one day. - William
    I wish you didn't live so far away. - Catherine
    What is your favorite animal? - Guillaume
    Do you live close to a zoo? Anthony
    I like your quilt. Thomas
    I like your puzzle. We have one on our blog, too! Benjamin
    I like your uniform. We don't wear uniforms at our school. Mylene
    I like your picture. Amelie
    Do you take a bus to school? We have 20 buses that take the kids at our school home. Anthony

  5. Hi Anthony(s),
    Sorry it has taken so long to answer, our server has been down all week!
    We don't live near a zoo. The closest one is in Melbourne and you have to drive 4 hours to get there.
    Most kids catch the bus but some kids come to school in cars, or walk or ride their bikes.
    From The junior Crew