24 Fun 100th Day of School Activities

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Is the 100th Day of School quickly approaching? We’ve always invited parents into our classrooms on this day (pre-Covid). We have 5 first-grade teachers and we have a rotating schedule on 100’s Day. Each class would rotate to another classroom and that teacher would do activities with the other teacher’s class. We would make sure to hit some sort of Reading/Phonics, Writing, Math, and Science. Below are some of the activities that we have done through the years and some are new ones that I’ve created! Enjoy checking them out!

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  1. 100th Day Directed Drawing

How fun is drawing a grandma and a grandpa for 100’s day? For projects like this, I like to team up with a teaching partner and let students decide which drawing they would like to do. Then, one of us would take all the kids that want to draw grandma to one room and the other teacher would take all of the kids that want to draw grandpa.

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  1. 100th Day Games

I just absolutely LOVE these games! The best thing about them is that they are games that your students may be familiar with. The games include Memory, Snakes and Ladders (Chutes and Ladders), Don’t Be Late for the 100th Day (Candyland), Go Fish, and BUMP.

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  1. No-Prep 100th Day STEM

Use manipulatives that you already have a school and have students build with 100 of each item!

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  1. 100th Day STEM (Plan a 100th Day Party!)

This is so fun! You put the planning and work into your student’s hands. They will get creative designing invitations, making posters, coming up with games or activities, etc.

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  1. 100th Day Addition and Subtraction Sequential Coloring

Simply display a PowerPoint file that goes through slides to guide students on coloring a 100th-day picture. They solve addition and subtraction (within 20) as they go!

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  1. 100th Day Bulletin Board

This is a fun writing activity where students can tell what they have learned this year so far or what they want to learn next. AND- you can set it up as a bulletin board!

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  1. 100th Day Exercises Video

This video will play automatically while students do 10 different exercises 10 times. I’m sure they will want to do this more than once- great for a brain break!

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  1. 100th Day Glasses

These glasses are fun to make! Students can color in the 100 dots or use 1/4 inch stickers.

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  1. 100th Day Portrait

This is something we’ve done for years and it never gets old! We use the Aging Booth App (free) to age our students to be 100 years old! We print the pictures and they make a self-portrait.

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  1. 100th Day Ice Cream Craft

Students color and build this 2-foot ice cream cone while practicing counting by 10’s.

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11. 100th Day Word Search (Freebie)

This is great for word work, centers, or fast finishers!

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12. 100th Day Math Mystery

This no-prep Math Mystery is perfect for first-grade students! They will read about Who Stole the 100th Day Collection. Then, they will solve 4 different clues, using their math skills, to find out who it was that took the collection!

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13. 100th Day Crowns and Necklaces

A great way to start the day! There are two different crowns and 4 different necklaces to choose from.

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14. 100th Day Fruit Loop Necklace

There are two different worksheets for students to use that will help them count 100 fruit loops before putting them on yarn to make a necklace.

15. Race to 100 Math Game

Students can race each other to get to 100 first!

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16. Heads or Tails?

Students flip a coin 100 times and record if it’s heads or tails. Then they count them up to see what was flipped more!

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17. How Many Licks? Tootsie Pop

Who doesn’t want to lick a Tootsie Pop 100 times? But, the question is- “Will it be gone after 100 licks?”

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18. 100 Seconds

Do each task for 100 seconds and see how many you can do.

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19. How Many Words Can You Write?

Use the recording sheet to write as many words as you can in 100 seconds!

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20. $100 Dollars Writing

What would you do with $100? I love some of the things they come up with!

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21. 100 Piece Puzzles

If you can find some 100 piece puzzles, I like to use large floor puzzles, students can put the puzzles together on the floor!

22. 100th Day Cupcakes

Have parents make cupcakes or buy some from the store, add two lifesaver gummies and a small piece of licorice to make the number 100.

23. Set up a Photo Booth

I would set up a photo booth as a station during 100’s day. I made a backdrop and went to Goodwill where I bought clothes (that looked like “old people” clothes) with patterns. I also bought ties, purses, jewelry, and anything else I could find for them to dress up!

24. 100th Day Songs/Videos

            We would have to have some singing on 100’s Day! Here are some links to some Youtube                    videos that are fun for 100’s Day!

100’s Day of School Song

 

100 Days of School with Grandma and Grandpa (Jack Hartmann)

Jumping for 100 Seconds

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