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Use this ultimate 100th day of school resource for all of your 100th day of school printables, worksheets, or activities for students to celebrate completing 100 days of school! This resource includes everything you need with over 50 individual activities.
This resource includes the following:
1. 100th Day Banners: 3 versions (100th DAY OF SCHOOL!; 100 DAYS SMARTER!; 100 DAYS OF SCHOOL!)
2 options each (2 sizes to choose from: ¼ page or full page letters)
Transparent so you can print banners on colored paper to make a colorful banner, or have students decorate them!
2. 100TH Day Crowns: 2 versions (100 DAYS SMARTER; 100 DAYS OF SCHOOL)
2 options each (crowns with 100 shapes to color, or blank crowns for students to decorate.)
3 types of strips to attach (blank; 100 DAYS SMARTER; 100 DAYS OF SCHOOL); or use a sentence strip or piece of border
Transparent so you can print crowns on colored paper, or have students decorate them!
3. 100th Day Certificate: 3 versions (100th DAY OF SCHOOL; 100 DAYS SMARTER; 100 DAYS OF SCHOOL)
3 options each: (color, black/white, or transparent to print on colored paper)
4. 100th Day Labels: 2 versions (100 DAYS BRIGHTER; 100th DAY OF SCHOOL)
3 options each: (color, black/white, or transparent to print on colored paper)
Punch holes in the ends and use these labels for pencils or glow sticks for a fun 100th Day favor!
5. 100th Day Station Signs: 2 versions (100 DAYS SMARTER; 100 DAYS OF SCHOOL)
2 options each: (color, black/white)
Print these signs to help organize your 100th Day of School stations. Signs for up to 10 stations! Write the type of station in the box, or even add a picture. All signs are transparent to print on colored paper.
6. 100th Day Photo Booth: 3 options (color, black/white, or transparent to print on colored paper)
Cut out the 100 (be sure the numbers stay attached). Then, attach to a stick, straw, or pencil. Use the 100 graphic for a classroom photo booth!
7. 100th Day Snack: 2 versions (one lists the snacks; one is blank to write in the snacks you choose)
Place 10 pieces of each snack in the circles. Then, mix them together for a special 100th Day of School snack!
Snacks listed: pretzels, sunflower seeds, cheese crackers, raisins, chocolate chips, M&Ms, Teddy Grahams, marshmallows, Cheerios, and fruit snacks.
8. 100th Day Snack bag toppers: 2 versions (100 DAYS OF SCHOOL; 100 DAYS SMARTER)
2 options each: (color, black/white)
Print these out to use on the tops of bags for you special 100th Day snack mix. Each of these are transparent to print on colored paper.
9. 100th Day Mystery: Print these labels and attach it to any bag of your choice. Have students place 100 of the same items in the bag. Then have students write a description of the items without giving the mystery away. Send these home a few days before the 100th day so you and your students can enjoy a fun show and tell on day 100!
10. Sticker to 100: For this activity, each student will need 100 stickers, and the small, circular stickers work best. (The sticker flipbooks from the Dollar Tree are perfect!) Have students place one sticker in each circle to sticker to 100.
11. Fingerprint to 100: Use ink or paint to create fingerprints inside the tens frames. Students may need some assistance with this one, so be sure you have the time and/or the manpower for this one.
12. Step to 100: 2 versions (easier version to use with younger students or for differentiation; higher level version to use with older students or for differentiation)
Predict where 100 steps outside your classroom will take you and your class. Have students draw a map of their predictions, then go on a fun field trip! Take 100 steps outside your classroom to see if their predictions were correct. Students should draw a map of where they ended up.
13. Pennies to 100: For this activity, each student will need 100 pennies and a ruler. Send home a note a few days before day 100 asking for parents to send in the pennies. Have students make a prediction. (Decide if you will be measuring using centimeters or inches—or get crazy and use both!) Then, each student should stack 100 pennies and measure how tall the stack is.
14. Drop to 100: Students will find out how much water a cup will have after 100 drops of water in this activity. You will need a cup, dropper, and water for each student/group. Students should make a prediction, then use a dropper to drip 100 drops of water into the cup. Finally, they can record their findings.
15. Words from 100 : 2 versions (easier version to use with younger students or for differentiation; higher level version to use with older students or for differentiation)
The first version of this activity asks students to cut out the letters ONE HUNDRED. Students rearrange the letters to make as many new words as they can, and then write the new words in the box.
The second version asks students to do the same activity without using the letter cutouts, making it a bit more challenging.
16. Build to 100: Provide students with 100 Legos, blocks, dominos, or any other material of your choice. See what cool creations your students can come up with, then have them draw a picture of their new creations.
17. Stack to 100: Can your students stack 100 cups? This might be a fun group activity, but it can be completed individually as well. Provide each student/group with 100 cups. Many teachers use Solo cups, but any type of cup will do. Ask students to try to stack them all together, then draw a picture of what they build in the box.
18. Sort the 100s (with answer key): Students will cut out ten numbers and sort the numbers into the 10 and 100 columns. Then, they will glue the numbers to their papers.
19. Highlight 100 (with answer key): Students need a highlighter to highlight all the 100s in this activity. There are other numbers mixed in to make this activity a bit more challenging.
20. Stamp to 100: Provide students with ink and a stamp (or a variety of stamps) to stamp along the path to reach 100!
21. The 100 Robot: This activity asks students to read a set of directions to give the robot 100 specific parts. Students will need a variety of colors and attention to detail to complete this task successfully.
22. Workout to 100: Students will complete 10 different exercises to work out to 100! Exercises include: jumping jacks, sit ups, toe touches, push-ups, knee lifts, arm circles, squats, heel raises, leg stretches, and leg lifts
23. 100 Second Challenge: This is a great activity to do as a class! Using a timer, students see how many times they can complete each activity in 100 seconds.
24. 100th Day Questions: Students answer various questions about 100. Have students share their answers for an entertaining presentation!
25. Draw to 100: Students draw ten pictures of ten different shapes to draw 100 shapes. Great for reviewing shapes! Shapes include: circle, rectangle, heart, triangle, diamond, star, square, crescent, trapezoid, and pentagon
26. Write to 100: Students will write one word on each line to write 100 words!
27. Roll to 100: Students should roll a pair of dice, then color in that many squares on the activity. To end the game, students must roll the exact number to reach 100. Have students play with a friend, use two different colors, and race to 100 for more fun!
28. Spin to 100: Each student or pair of students will need a paperclip to create a spinner. Students should spin the spinner, then color in that many squares on the activity. To end the game, students must spin the exact number to reach 100. Have students play with a friend, use two different colors, and race to 100 for more fun!
30. Skip Count to 100 (with answer key): Students will skip count by twos, fives, tens, and twenty-fives to reach 100. This can easily be done as a whole class activity.
31. Color to 100: Students will need a variety of colors for coloring circles to reach 100: red, blue, green, brown, orange, purple, white, black, yellow, and pink
32. Round to 100s (with answer key): In this activity, students round each number the nearest hundred.
33. Round to 100: Students are asked to write numbers that will round up or down to 100 when rounding to the nearest hundreds place.
34. Parts of Speech to 100: Students are asked to write 10 examples of each part of speech listed: common nouns, proper nouns, pronouns, possessive nouns, plural nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, prepositions, and conjunctions.
35. When I am 100 Years Old writing prompt: This writing prompt asks students to think about when they are 100 years old. Two writing line versions allow you to select the one best for your students.
36. If I Had $100 writing prompt: This writing prompt asks students to think about what they would do with $100. Two writing line versions allow you to select the one best for your students.
37. In 100 Years writing prompt: This writing prompt asks students to think about what life will be like 100 years from now. Two writing line versions allow you to select the one best for your students.
38. Maze of 100s (with answer key): Students color in the 100s to find their way out of the maze.
39. 100th Day Necklace: Have students place one round piece of cereal (like Froot Loops) on each circle. Then, string each piece of cereal onto a piece of string, yarn, or pipe cleaner to make a 100th Day Necklace! Use the 100th Day Necklace Dividers for extra fun!
40. 100th Day Necklace Dividers: As students string their cereal, place one necklace divider after each 10th piece of cereal.
41. Dots to 100: For this activity, you will need to provide cups of paint and cotton swabs (Q-tip is a top name brand). Students use the cotton swabs to paint 10 dots in each section until they have 100 dots!
42. Gumballs to 100: 2 versions (easier version to use with younger students or for differentiation; higher level version to use with older students or for differentiation)
In the first version of this activity, students color in gumballs in each machine, then trace the numbers next to the machines. In the second version, students draw 10 gumballs in each machine until they have 100 gumballs!
43. Words to $100: 2 versions (easier version to use with younger students or for differentiation; higher level version to use with older students or for differentiation)
Using a chart, students are asked to write as many words as they can that equal exactly $100. In the easier version, any 4-letter word will add up to $100. In the more difficult version, students must add as they make their words to reach $100.
44. Representing 100: The number 100 can be represented in many ways. Students show this by using words, tally marks, base 10 blocks, place value chart, money, and an addition equation.
45. Dot the 100s: Provide a bingo dobber or dot marker for each student to dot to 100.
46. 100 Sprinkles: Students will need a variety of colors for coloring sprinkles on their cupcakes to reach 100: red, blue, green, brown, orange, purple, white, black, yellow, and pink
47. 100 Beans: For this activity, each student/group will need a scale or balance and 100 beans to see how much 100 beans weigh. First, students will make a prediction, then use the scale or balance to weigh 100 beans. Students will write their findings.
48. List to 100: Use this simple activity for students to make a list of 100 for any subject. Students can complete individually, or create lists on the same subject, then make one master list on chart paper to display.
49. Measure to 100: Students will need a ruler for this activity when they measure to reach 100. Students will measure different items around their classroom until they reach 100. Measure using centimeters or inches. Students will list each item and its length as they measure.
50. 100th Day ABC Order:2 versions (easier version to use with younger students or for differentiation; higher level version to use with older students or for differentiation)
This activity asks students to put words from the box in alphabetic order. The easier version alphabetizes using only first letters. The more difficult version alphabetizes using the first two letters.
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