Foto Friday: 100 Days, Years, Things 14 comments

In January, The Deuce’s elementary school celebrated their 100th day of class. They had several activities geared toward the big day. The first grade classes were given the privilege of dressing up like they are 100 years old.




I was grinning from ear to ear seeing how The Deuce looked. I can only imagine the joy that the school faculty and staff experienced seeing almost two hundred of them as 100 year olds.


A couple weeks later, he brought home a related activity sheet that he completed in class. Priceless! 


Deuce 100 sheet January 2014 revised



Did your kids celebrate the 100th day of school this year?

What would you buy with 100 dollars?

Could you eat 100 anything?





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14 thoughts on “Foto Friday: 100 Days, Years, Things

  • Kenya G. Johnson

    So cute!!! Christopher did this a couple years ago. I was so happy to find the pictures recently. I lost everything on my computer last month including a couple years worth of photos. Fortunately as I took some I also sent them to my husband’s phone and he had the pics from that day.

    • beingawordsmith Post author

      This year they did poster projects for the 100th Day instead of dressing up. I was kinda sad about that. LOL

  • Courtney Conover

    This is SO precious! I love his responses, Kimberly!!! I’m not quite there yet, with Scotty being only 30 months and Kennedy being just shy of 6 months. But, I must confess, I am looking forward to these school projects because they will make the most wonderful keepsakes!

    What would you buy with 100 dollars? I can’t believe I don’t have an answer for this. Clothes and accessories-wise, I’m all set at the moment. Hmmm. I can’t believe I don’t have an answer right now. This is definitely a first…

    Could you eat 100 anything? Yes, sadly: Jelly Bellies or mini Reese’s cups. I have a horrible sweet tooth.

    • beingawordsmith Post author

      So many keepsakes to look forward to. The key is to scan some to display in frames or a scrapbook and then toss instead of trying to keep it all. But never toss them out in front of them. I learned that the hard way! LOL

  • Nellie

    We didn’t celebrate this in my sons preschool but this looks like so much fun! I don’t think could eat 100 of anything. Except mike and ikes lol

    • beingawordsmith Post author

      I like Mike and Ikes but I prefer Hot Tamales. I could eat 100 of those, Nellie!

  • Kim

    My boys celebrated 100 days in elementary school! When my oldest was in kindergarten, he came home one day in January and told me that the next day was the last day of Kindergarten. I was confused and asked why. It’s because it was the 100th day and the entire year up to that point had been counting up to 100. I explained that they still had school. I finally had to email his teacher and ask her to talk to him – poor guy!!!
    Your little “100 year old” boy is super cute!

    • beingawordsmith Post author

      Deuce went through a similar confusion for his DayCare graduation. They had a really big to-do ceremony and he thought that meant he would be entering Kindergarten the very next day. He was not happy about that!