100th Day of School Kindergarten

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Are you looking for fun and engaging ways to celebrate the 100th Day of School with your Kindergarten or First Grade students? This 100 Days of School Resources combines fine motor, ELA and Math activities all in one!

This 100th Day of School Resource contains 19 Different Activities for a total of 46 pages for Kindergarteners, review for First Graders, enrichment for Pre-K and English Language Learners.

♦ 100th Day of School Crowns (4)

♦ 100th Day of School Bracelets (2)

♦ 100th Day of School Necklaces (3)

♦ When I am 100 Writing Page (4)

♦ If I Had $100 Writing Page

♦ Ways to Make 100 (2 differentiated versions)

♦ 100 Day of School Certificates (2)

♦ Giant $100 Bill with missing center to put a picture of the student (2)

♦ Color Brag Tags (2)

♦ Posters 8 1/2 x 11 for students to color (3)

♦ Colored Posters 8 1/2 x 11 (6)

♦ 100 Number Grid

♦ Writing Numbers by Ones to 100 (5 differentiated versions)

♦ Counting by 10s to 100 (cut and glue)

♦ Counting by 100s to 1,000 (cut and glue)

♦ Counting by 5s Anchor Chart (2 per half sheet)

♦ Counting by 5 Activity (2 per half sheet)

♦ Addition Color by Number (2)


But wait, there’s more!

Because that’s what we teach our kids to do - Look before you leap - here are some sample pages for you to check out. Just mosey on over to that green “PREVIEW” button and get yourself a look!

Fair Warning (or Not-At-All-Fine-Print)

Use these teaching tools often enough and you might just find yourself with a math lover on your hands! Which is just a fun way of sayin’ - you might want check out my other multiplication activity packets. Especially if you want to make yourself some math lovers!


Kindergarten and First Grade Teachers

Here are some Reading and Math Assessment Forms to make classroom life easier.

Kindergarten Literacy and Math Parent Communication Forms

Reading Conference Parent Communication Forms

Math Parent Communication Forms for First and Second Grade

Test Taking Strategies Parent Communication Forms

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose informative/explanatory texts in which they name what they are writing about and supply some information about the topic.


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