100 Years Old Craft, Writing, and Hat/Mask Combo Pack
Pages 1 and 2: Writing Sheets
Students write and draw on the included writing sheets, either for Grandparent’s Day (to tell their grandparents just how wonderful they are) or the 100th Day of School (to tell what they will do when they are 100 years old).
Page 3: head/body, legs, hands
Page 4: hair
Page 5: head/body, legs/shoes, hair
To add some character, it is fun to have students crumple the skin papers and then smooth them out to create a wrinkled look.
These are adorable photo booth accessories! Note that you may need to slightly enlarge, depending on the size of your students. Students simply color and cut out the faces, as shown on the cover sheet.
Hat Option: Staple a long paper strip to the side of each face. Wrap the strip around each student’s head, and staple strip to the opposite side of the face to make it the appropriate size. Students color and draw eyes inside of the glasses.
Mask Option: Copy face on cardstock, and glue a popsicle stick near the side of the face. Cut out holes for eyes.
Page 6: Grandpa (2)
Page 7: Grandma
Students can either color gumballs or add gumballs by dipping cotton swabs in a variety of paint colors.
Page 1: coloring option: tag, ball (gumballs included), 2 red pieces, 2 gray pieces
Page 2: coloring option: tag, ball (gumballs not included), 2 red pieces, 2 gray pieces
For this option, if not using this product for the 100th day, you may also choose to not include the tag by simply cutting it off before you copy.
Page 3: ball with gumballs
Page 4: ball without gumballs
Page 5: red machine pieces
Page 6: tag (5)
Page 7: gray machine pieces (6 sets)
100th Day Kids
Students write about what they can now do since it is the 100th Day of school!
Page 1: boy head
Page 2: girl headPage 3: writing paper, hands (2 sets)
Page 4: hat piece, frame, shoes
Page 5: 100 glasses, shirt, hat pieces, legs
100th Day Hat/Mask
Hat Option: Students cut out and decorate 100. Staple a long paper strip to the 100. Wrap the strip around each student’s head, and staple strip to the opposite side of the 100 to make it the appropriate size. Once the hat is created, students draw 10 objects on each of the 10 included rectangles so they will have 100 total objects drawn upon completion. Then students cut out rectangles and glue to the hat strip. Refer to cover for illustration.
Mask Option: Copy 100 on cardstock, and glue a popsicle stick to the bottom of the 1.
Page 1: 100 hat (2)
Page 2: 10 rectangles
Page 3: 100 mask (6)
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