Here is how we count our days in school. We do the same ol' add a straw routine.
The picture will not rotate, but it's supposed to be the number "100" using twinkies and donuts. The kids enjoyed playing with their food.
We made chains using 100 strips of paper, then draped them in our room.
We also add a (real) dog bone to the bag. There are ten bags and eventually they have ten bones in each. After the 100th day, I take out 20. We start counting down and taking away bones, until there are none and school is out.
Kindergarten is my "thing" and I adore teaching. In May 2007, I received my B.A. from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in Elementary Education. 2017 was my tenth (and last) year teaching kindergarten. I taught full- and half-day (AM/PM) kindergarten, as well as taught tuition-based all-day kindergarten for two years. Using my scrapbooking and crafting skills, I prefer to make my own classroom materials and learning centers/stations. All of these materials are aesthetically pleasing to the kindergarten child. I create about half of my student sheets to cater to my students' abilities. I constantly self-reflect and modify lessons and tools to benefit my kindergartners. My students keep me on my toes.