100th Day of School Activities with Crown, Glasses + Seesaw & Google Slides Use

The Candy Class
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K - 2nd, Homeschool
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Make the 100th day of school a memorable celebration, and save time making it fun and educational with this NO PREP 100 days of school resource! You can use this resource as fully printable such as with the print and craft 100th day crown and glasses, or you can use these fully digital with the digital photo props that also includes drawing and drag and drop alternatives if photos are not an option. I've made this very versatile to meet various classroom needs.

The 100th days smarter glasses and hat are great for students to sport in a parade! While you are at it, snag up a teachable moment with the writing craftivity, math printables, and mini-readers about the 100th day of school.

***New Digital Update: I just added the digital update to this resource for those celebrating the 100th day of school remotely. It still includes the printable version that you can use for the 100th day fully, so you do not have to use the digital version to utilize this resource. However, these digital activities can also be used for center and class activities too! Most of the printable format was given a digital version, but I also added a few extras for fun too. These come in three different digital formats to make them versatile. These include a Google Slides version, preloaded Seesaw version, and PowerPoint version. I added some fun photo prop options for the writing crafts, 100th day crown, and glasses. For the photo prop activities, I have different options to meet various tech set-ups, so there are options to add photos of themselves, draw themselves, and a drag and drop option for those without access to way to draw or add photos. I put a lot of thought into this update and had to solve some challenging problems to make this work, so I am confident my ideas I poured into this are very original, fun, and going to help make your 100th day extra special.

No Prep Printable Option Includes:

⭐Glass craftivity

⭐Crown craftivity

⭐9 math printables including 100s chart activities, skip counting, etc.

⭐One hundred years old birthday writing craft (+paper options)

⭐2 writing prompts (+paper options)

⭐3 leveled mini-readers (folds)

⭐Draw or show 100 activity

⭐Exercise to 100

⭐100 day STEM or alternative square drawing activity*

⭐Photographed directions for the crafts

Google Slides, Seesaw & PowerPoint Digital Options Include:

⭐Crown and 100 Day Glasses Photo Props with Writing Prompt for Drawing

⭐Crown and 100 Day Glasses Photo Props with Writing Prompt for Adding a Photo

⭐Crown and 100 Day Glasses Photo Props with Writing Prompt Drag & Drop Craft (Google & PPT options only)

⭐ 100th Birthday Photo Props with Writing Prompt for Drawing

⭐ 100th Birthday Photo Props with Writing Prompt Drag & Drop Craft (Google & PPT options only)

⭐ 100th Day of School Digital Book

⭐ Workout to 100 Activity

⭐ Rhyme to 100 Activity

⭐ Additional Writing Activities

⭐ Bubblegum Activity

⭐ STEM Activity with hands-on building fun

⭐ Several Skip Counting Activities

⭐ 100 Chart Activity

⭐ Counting to 100 Activities

*For the no prep printable STEM activity, students will need math cubes or blocks. Since most primary classrooms have these handy, I consider this no prep like grabbing a box of crayons. If you don't have these handy, there is an alternative block drawing activity instead to keep this no prep.

With the no prep printable resource, you don't need to visit 5 stores gathering supplies, spend an afternoon smelling melting plastic from a laminator, or do any "teacher cutting" to prep the items. You only need supplies that are typical things a teacher would have on hand (paper, white card stock, crayons or markers, scissors for the students, glue, and a stapler). No laminating, no way! They do all the cutting, you don't! This year, simply print and go!

Note: The printable pack is what is claimed to be no prep since you just print and use with common things in your classroom. I consider the digital version to be very low prep instead.

*****Technical Requirements for Digital Versions: The printable version does not have any special requirements beyond the normal resource on this site since it is just a PDF that you print. However, you will need to make sure you have the right technical specifications for the digital version in order to use these.

There are three different digital versions in here, so you need one of the following to use one of the digital resources:

1. Seesaw Version: You need access to a Seesaw account for your classroom where students are able to use multipage activities for writing on the files and completing drag and drop activities.

2. Google Slides Version: You need something compatible to assign multiple copies of editable Google Slide files at once. Google Classroom will work with this, but there are other compatible LMS out there too.

3. PowerPoint version: For remote learning, I recommend using this with Microsoft Teams or another compatible LMS with PowerPoint online. Students will each need their own copy of the file, since they will be editing it.

Note: I am not affiliated with Google, Seesaw, or PowerPoint. Nor do they endorse this resource. These are simply resources created for use on their platforms.


This resource is for personal use only and one license is for one classroom. Multiple licenses may be purchased for a discount.

Thank you for stopping by The Candy Class! Happy 100th day of school!

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.
100 can be thought of as a bundle of ten tens - called a “hundred.”
Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones; e.g., 706 equals 7 hundreds, 0 tens, and 6 ones. Understand the following as special cases:
The numbers 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 refer to one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine tens (and 0 ones).


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