Celebrating the 100th Day of School
Counting up the ways we love to learn
- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2
The 100th day of school is the perfect time to have fun with the number 100. These activities and lessons provide opportunities for your students to both practice math and also sharpen their observational skills.
Quick Classroom Ideas
Teacher-recommended ideas that incorporate reading, writing, and spelling
Five-minute activities, from brainstorming uses for $100 to closing your eyes for 100 seconds to creating a list of 100 favorite books
The 100th day of school is the perfect time to turn your students into active learners. Here are several activities that will get your students moving.
Six ideas to use in a 100th Day of School Celebration.
Students will use math concepts presented in the book The 100th Day of School to develop counting, addition, grouping, and problem-solving skills.
The 100th day of school is one of the most popular days of the year. Use these books and activities to ensure that your students are learning while they are making memories of the school year.
The students in class with Mrs. Lopez are dressed in anything but ordinary outfits because they are planning on celebrating 100 days of cool! Read the book and use this lesson plan to start discussions and extend learning.
To make the hundredth day of school fit with upper-grade math standards, I plan for a week of hands-on place value activities.
Top off your 100th Day of school celebration with this fun and easy coordinate geometry activity.
Hosting a 100th Day Celebration!
How do you celebrate the 100th day of school in your classroom? This year I will be creating an exciting, memorable event for my kindergarten class.
Make your celebration a cross-curricular learning experience with these books and teaching ideas for math, literacy, physical education, and more!
Get ready for the 100th day of school with ideas and freebies for student-led activities for both younger and older children.
Read on for a easy, inexpensive ways to celebrate the 100th day of school in your classroom.