Looking for fun teacher-approved ways to celebrate 100th day of school? Check out 21 new and tried ideas to use in 2020 in your classroom!
100th day of school ideas
Spell 100 words
You can ask kids to spell the words they've learned (sight words, CVC words, alphabet words, words on a certain topic).
Writing ideas for 100th day of school
Write about a typical day 100 years from now.
Ask kids to think how they would look if they were 100 years old. You could bring photos of old people or find these photos on Google and show them to kids.
Organize a 100th day fashion show
The kids will make and wear an item with 100 decorations. Then you will have them walk the runway. (This will definitely require parents' help.)
Make 100 bills with students faces on
Use this site to make the bills. After this you can ask kids to think what they would do if they had $100.
100 seconds only
Set the timer and see how many things kids could do for 100 seconds:
- how many times can you write your name
- words they can spell
- poems they can cite
- names they can think of
- animals they can name, etc.
100th day of school activities
Roll dice 100 times and tally which number you get most.
Count to 100 100 times.
Create a list of 100 kind things to say/do.
Searh for 100 kisses (Hershey’s) and match them on the 100s chart.
Do 100 exercise (10 each of 10 things).
Ask kids to create a monster with 100 of ... (anything they choose to put on it).
Here you can find various ideas on what snacks to use.
Build with 100 marshmallows (super cool STEM project).
100th day of school dress up ideas
- Dress up as a 100 year old.
- Dress as Dalmatians.
- In this blogpost you can find awesome ideas for T-Shirts!
Books for 100th day of school
- One Hundred Hungry Ants
- The wolf's chicken stew
- Planet Kindergarten: 100 Days in Orbit
- Ready, Set, 100th Day!
- 100 Days of School
- Emily’s First 100 Days of School
- Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the 100th Day of Kindergarten
- Jake’s 100th Day of School
100th day of school 100 items
You can bring and work with such items (count, color, hide them, etc.)
- Fruit loops
- Piece puzzles
- LEGO pieces
- Snap cubes
- Pokemon cards
- Uno cards
- Small rocks
- Paper clips
- Popsicle sticks
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