These are the centres I use in my classroom to celebrate the 100th day of school!
- Paint to 100: Students are invited to make 100 dots with paint and a q-tip and then count by 10's to 100 when they are done. (3 versions)
- If I had $100: Students are invited to share what they would buy if they had $100. I usually do this as a whole group activity and make an anchor chart with their ideas. Then we usually do this as a guided writing activity.
- 100 Drops of Water: Predict how much of the jar will be filled after dropping 100 drops of water in it with an eye dropper. Then drop 100 drops of water in the jar with an eye dropper. Record the actual amount. Circle if the actual amount was more or less than what you predicted.
- Roll & Race to 100/Roll & Dab to 100: Students can either play by themselves or with a partner. If playing with a partner they can see who can get to 100 first. Students roll a dice and colour or dab that many square with a bingo dabber. (2 versions)
- Write to 100/Trace to 100/100 Chart: Students are invited to write to 100 or trace to 100 in the boxes. The 100 Chart can be printed and displayed at this centre for the students to use as a guide!
- Our 100 Cup Structure: Supply 100 plastic cups and have students work together to build a structure. Have students record what their structure looked like at the end and who they worked with on the recording sheet.
- 100 Second Challenge
- Make 100 with Pattern Blocks!: 3 Mats Included
- 100 Year Old Portraits: Have students draw what they think they will look like when they are 100 years old.
- 100 Counting Mats: I cut these out and glue them on to a large piece of black construction paper. Then I laminate and use these for fruit loop necklaces! Students place 10 fruit loops on each circle to count out 100 fruit loops. Then they string them onto pipe cleaners to build their necklace! You can also just use the mats to count loose parts! (2 versions)
- 100 Day Crown: You will need 1 copy of the first page and 1 strip from the second page for each student. Cut out and assemble the crowns. Students can either colour the circles in or fill them with small stickers! Dot stickers from the dollar store work well!
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I hope you and your students enjoy these centres!
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