The th Day of School
Its the th Day of School! Why are we celebrating the th Day of School? Why not! Just kidding, our standards go up to the number , so that seemed like the number we should celebrate in First Grade! Plus, it makes things a little different from the th Day that most students celebrate in Kindergarten ! Although I do love the th Day of School! Here are some ideas for how we celebrated the 12th Day of School!
th Day of School Homework
Before the big day, students had some homework to do! They each brought a collection of in a sandwich bag and attached this little bag topper. I printed the bag topper on my favorite paper and then we displayed the collections in the hallway.
You can also have your students use ten frames to count out their items!
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th Day of School Stations
We spent most of the day doing stations based around the number Here are a few of the activities that we enjoyed!
This Roll to Dice Game was a lot of fun! Students roll a dice and color that many squares until they reach !
This was a super simple cut and paste activity! It reviewed coins and base ten too!
My students loved this fun challenge of writing words! They used the word wall and other words in the classroom!
This puzzle is one of my favorite math station ever! It has also been in our math tubs the past few weeks. I made multiple sets on different colors of paper and its a great activity! It is available HERE or HERE.
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th Day of School Snack
I think our special snack was the biggest hit of the day! I just created a sign up genius and asked parents to send in different foods to create a snack mix. Here are some of the items I asked for:
- Pretzels or Pretzel sticks
- Chocolate chips
- Butterscotch chips
- Chex Cereal
- Pre-popped popcorn
Students used ten frames to count out their snack pieces. This was a good small group activity so I could help!
All of these activities and more are available inside of Days of School Print and Go Activities.
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Days of School Activities Addition Subtraction
This product is full of fun th Day of School Math Activities and includes worksheets, word searches, color by code, writing prompts, crowns, mystery picture graphing, reward tags, and more. This can be used as an independent center, literacy center, math center, etc.
- th-day coloring pages (3 versions)
- Writing prompts
- My resolutions for the next days pennants (2 versions)
- Race to dots
- Race to water drops
- Race to buttons
- Race to beans
- Race to air bubbles
- Roll and color by code
- Option 1: Addition and Subtraction to 10
- Option 2: Multiplying by 2 to 5
- Missing numbers to
- Count to
- Skip counting by 2, 5, and 10 to
- Skip count by 10 Cut and paste activity
- Dab a dot to (roll, add and dab)
- Roll and graph
- day mystery picture
- I can identify even and odd numbers on chart
- Roll the dice to
- day Word Search (2 options 4 versions)
- pie chart activity
- Multiple crown options with headband extensions
- Reward tags (6/page and 8/page)
- Answer keys
- Simply print these NO PREP worksheets and youre ready to GO!
- Print reward tags and certificates on colored paper to make them pop.
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Celebrating the th Day (or th)
Celebrating the th Day!
If you are planning to celebrate the th day of school, I think this themed book will help organize and prepare your students for the big day! There are more activities than those pictured here so be sure to check it out by clicking here if you are interested but dont see something you like to celebrate on this special day!
I love how this book gives students concrete objectives and helps organize their successful milestones!
Theres so much fun to be had on the th day, this should help add to the traditional activities that we all enjoy doing year after year!
Reading words is a big deal! We read and highlight each word list (or color each box) until we read ! Struggling students can be in partners or groups can read the words together!
For the activities under the Watch me do , say we have a class goal of handshakes. Set your students up facing each other in a long line. Count the number of partners. Lets imagine you have a class of 20 and there are 10 partners. Everyone counts, One, two, three, SHAKE!Everyone shakes the persons hand across from them to count 10 handshakes all at once. Essentially counting handshakes by 10 to Do this 10 times and you will have handshakes! Each activity comes with instructions too just in case you arent familiar with something. Students place a check in the box each time the class finishes a task!
For optional activities and th day writing in this unit not shown, check out the unit on tpt.
Why the th Day?
From experience, I know that grade levels can get a little territorial over their special celebrations! Because is a first grade big deal and a common core milestone, I think it is the perfect number to celebrate too! It doesnt even have to be on the th day of school! This is just sharing proudly that the student has achieved the milestone in learning!
Under each flap, students write the information. Its something you can do as a math journal activity each day leading up to the big milestone. Students can add it to their themed folding book as they master each one!
When I taught second grade it was a big deal to reach the 1, club. (now ) This is that same concept for firsties!
Students color each box as they master it or highlight known words as they go! If you are doing this with the whole class on the actual th day and do not have time to sit and listen, I would partner students and let them highlight for each other. Any unknown words can be partner taught right on the spot. 🙂
There are three differentiated versions of this activity. This is the least scaffolded version. Students can use a chart from their math tools also to help make it easier.
When students have completed all of the activities you have chosen for them to do, they earn the coveted trophy! Watch out world!!
To check these celebration books out on teachers pay teachers, click here.
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th Day of School
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