The 100th day of school is a day worth celebrating—with gusto! You and your kids have been working hard and growing like crazy. So throw a party and include some of these terrific activities. We gathered ones that work both virtually and in a socially-distant classroom. The best part? You can sneak in lots of learning, and your students will just think they’re having fun!
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1. Make 100th Day Crowns!
Send home instructions or lay out supplies to make them in the classroom! These crowns are worth wearing to celebrate 100th Day.
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2. Make Edible Necklaces
These adorable necklaces allow students to practice counting, skip counting, and work on those dexterity skills!
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3. Watch 100th Day Videos!
These 100th Day videos are perfect for virtual learning or in the classroom.
4. Make a Gumball Machine
Just print these adorable gumball machines and have students add 100 gumballs with dot paint.
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5. Find Hidden Pictures
These templates have students finding hidden pictures by solving math problems on a 100s chart. It’s a free digital download you can send home to parents if needed.
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6. Build Using 100 Pieces
Provide individual supplies like cups, LEGO blocks, or other items in the classroom. Or ask students to use items they have at home. Then let them get building!
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7. Have 100 Snacks
It’s like BINGO but with snacks! Have students count and cover the squares with small food items like goldfish crackers or pretzels. When they get to 100, they can eat their completed project.
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8. Write About Being 100 Years Old!
Have students draw a picture of what they’ll look like at 100 years old and write a journal entry about what the world will be like.
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9. Play Math Games
We’ve gathered 20 different games and activities you can do with a hundreds chart!
10. Gather 100 Items
This project normally has students bring a collection to school to celebrate 100th Day. If you’re teaching remote, here’s a rubric you can send home to parents to make this a larger project and presentation.
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11. Read Stories About 100th Day
12. Read Stories With 100 in the Title
13. Read Nonfiction 100s Books
What exciting things do you have planned for the 100th day of school? Add your ideas to the comments below!
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