5 Fun Ideas to Help You Celebrate The 100th Day of School

Congrats, you and your students are 100 days smarter!

The 100th Day of School is right around the corner. Are you ready to celebrate with your classroom? We’re sharing some of our favorite celebration ideas to help you and your kids ring in your 100th day together.
1. Count to 100 in as many ways as possible.

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First and foremost, use the number 100 in as many ways as you can! You can incorporate the number in almost any subject, from math to physical education.

From left to right:

– Make a “100s Day Trail Mix” with Under the Alphabet Tree.
– Get active with the “100th Day Fitness Fun” worksheet.

 

2. Get creative! Ask your students: what will you be like when you’re 100?

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Have your students dress up like they are 100 years old. Then, have them write a story about what they think they’ll be doing when they are 100 years old! This is such a fun way to get their imagination flowing.

From left to right:

– If your students need a prompt, grab this fill-in-the-blank “If I Were…100” worksheet.
– Get inspired by Eberhart’s Explorer‘s 100th day dress-up.

 

3. Remind your students that they’re 100 days smarter!

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Send your kids home with a fun reminder of how much smarter they are now that they’ve been in school for 100 days.

From left to right:

– Add this “Congrats! You are 100 days brighter!” tag to glow sticks.
– Make an activity out of this 100th Day printable badge.
– Get creative with your very own “Smarties” pun.

 

4. Assign a 100-day project.

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Plan ahead of time to have your students bring in their personal 100-day projects for a show and tell session.

From left to right:

– Have your kids bring in 100 of something they can fit in a jar. You’ll be surprised with how creative they can get!
– Ask your students to incorporate 100 of something on a canvas for a fun mixed media art project.

 

5. Read a book that celebrates 100!

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Reading a book that celebrates 100 is a great way to encourage literacy and language development.

From left to right:

Emily’s First 100 Days of School by Rosemary Wells
100th Day Worries by Margery Cuyler & Arthur Howard
The Night Before the 100th Day of School by Natasha Wing

 

We hope that some of these ideas spark some excitement for the 100th Day of School. After all, it only happens once a year!


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