Friday, January 14, 2022

100th Day of School Activities

The 100th day of school is fast approaching and this post will show off some activities you can do with your classroom that is fun and engaging for your students.


There are several fun writing activities you can do with your students to celebrate the 100th day of school.  Some writing activities include: 
  • If I had $100 I would buy...
  • If I was 100 years old I would...
  • I would like to have 100...

Dot painting is a lot of fun and allows students a hands on way to see the number 100.  These two pages are great templates for students to make their own 100 dot art work.  One already has dots for students to place their dots in, and the other has 10 areas for students to place 10 dots in each area.  


This activity has been one of my kids' favorite 100th day activities.  All you need is a coin.  You flip the coin and color one circle red if it lands on heads and one circle blue if it lands on tails.  Once all the spaces are colored in, you are done.


We love using mini erasers around here, and this sheet and the next one show ways to use mini erasers in your 100th day celebration.  


Besides mini erasers, you can use stickers, dot markers, bingo chips, and any other small manipulatives to fill in each square.  


Roll to 100 is another favorite activity.  Students roll a die and then color that many squares until they reach 100.  We like to use different colored for each roll so we can easily count how many rolls it took to reach 100.  

There is also a digital version of the roll to 100 game.  You still need a die, but with the digital version, students will click the number they rolled to work their way through the number chart to 100.  This digital version can be found here:  Digital Roll to 100 Game

All of these worksheets are part of my 100th Day celebration packet.  






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