Ready-To-Decorate® Ten Groups Of Ten Is One Hundred Posters

Item: 162221

$ 12.48
Item #:  162221
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Another Great 100th Day of School Activity!

Students will have fun creating groups of 10 in each of the 10 letters that spell out ONE HUNDRED on this poster. When they're done, you'll have a student-generated 100 display.

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Standards Spotlight:
Count to 100 by ones and by tens. Count to tell the number of objects. Extend the counting sequence.
Grade Level:
Grades: Pre-K-3
  • 32 posters
    Size: 22" by 17" each

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5 Star
5.0 (based on 7 reviews)


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Reviewed by 7 Customers
5 Stars

An awesome product!

A 100 Day Parade Pleaser!
By from , IL
5 Stars

Bought three years in a row!

This will be the third time I have purchased these posters for my kinder class. We don't glue anything. They draw 10 of something on each letter...stars, smiley faces, rectangles, you name it. They love creating this poster!
By from , CA
5 Stars

Awesome for art and writing!

This was a fun and exciting art activity that we worked on the whole week around the 100th day of school. My grade 1 kids first coloured in their letters, some using fancy lines and designs, others keeping it simple with solid colouring. Then they chose their items to glue on from a selection of more than 10 bowls of items that I had set out on a table. Things like: beans, cheerios, cinnamon hearts, glitter gems, stickers, small beads, sunflower seeds, etc. Anything small that I could find! They counted 10 of one item, placing them in a small dixie cup, taking it back to their desks, gluing them into the first letter, then going back for 10 more of something else. They did one letter at a time! I used liquid glue in small pastic cups with q-tips for dipping into the glue. For our writing sessions, I photocopied the writing squares onto separate pieces of paper to make the writing process easier. When they were finished, I taped sheets onto their posters in the correct space. My students really enjoyed making these large posters, and we were able to relate these to Media Literacy curriculum expectations, discussing the purpose for the poster, the audience, and the intended message. So overall, I think these are an excellent and fun tool for integrating art and literacy!!
By Leapyear Fan from , ON
3 Stars

Not For Me

I bought it as an in class activity for the 100th day of school, but I didn't even end up doing the activity because I needed to purchase beads, etc. to fill the 100. Instead I will keep them for next year and hope I used them.
By Andre from , CA
5 Stars

My class loved this!

I set up about 12 stations (fruit loops, stars, toothpicks, stampers, buttons, etc.) and let the students choose 10 of them to complete their groups of 10. I would definitely buy these again!
By Seasoned Teacher from , NE