The 100th day of school is just around the corner, marking a monumental achievement for both students and educators alike. Spending 100 days together, soaking in knowledge, is no small feat, and it’s time to celebrate in a BIG way! I’ve got you COVERED with a lineup of easy and fun 100th day activities that will turn this milestone into an unforgettable celebration. In this post, we’ll explore hands-on ways to infuse joy and learning into the 100th day. From crafty crowns to interactive games, each idea is tailor-made to make your classroom buzz with excitement. So, let’s dive into the fun together and make the 100th day an extraordinary adventure of laughter, creativity, and engagement. Ready to discover the perfect mix of celebration and learning? Let’s get to it!
100th Day Crowns and Awards
Of course students have to show off their 100 days of learning and what better way to do that than with some cute crowns! It’s a perfect opportunity to blend art and celebration, and the kids will love showcasing their unique designs. Show off all their amazing learning with these adorable crowns and editable awards!
100th Day Pocket Chart Hide and Seek Game
I bet you didn’t know your pocket chart could allow students embark on a thrilling hide-and-seek adventure! This is a fantastic way to reinforce math skills. Place the 0-100 cards in a pocket chart and hide one of the 100th day pictures behind one of the number cards! Students will work together to try and find one of the 100th day pictures hiding behind one of the cards. It’s such a great way to practice with numbers. You can even challenge students by having them say things like, “Let’s look behind the number that has 2 tens and 5 ones.” or “I think it’s behind the number that is 10 greater than 36.” It’s another easy way to differentiate and build fluidity with number sense.
100th Day Would You Rather
Inject some laughter and friendly debate into your day with a “Would You Rather” activity. Pose questions related to the number 100 and watch your students’ imaginations run wild. It’s a surefire way to spark engaging conversations while having so much fun. The best part is you can totally add movement to this fun game. I’ve done things such as allow students to jump or sit, depending on their choice, and jumping jacks or running in place. Get as creative as you’d like! The beauty of this simple activity is that you can have it be as rowdy or calm as you want and no matter what, kids have a blast! There are 20 different 100th Day prompts included in this game, as well as editable slides to make it your own! See one of the fun prompts below.
100th Day Scavenger Hunt
Transform your classroom into an interactive space with a 100th day scavenger hunt. Create clues related to the number 100, leading students on an exciting journey of discovery. It’s a hands-on activity that keeps everyone on their toes. Scavenger hunts are always a hit with students because they’re so engaging. This 100th Day themed hunt can be displayed for the class AND each slide even has a 100 second timer built in! Students will have fun things to hunt for around the classroom and there are even editable slides included for your own ideas! Such a fun way to get kids up and moving. Check out this freebie below!
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100th Day Stations
Stations are my FAVORITE! This activity offers different hands on activities for 10 stations students can rotate through. All subjects are covered at the stations with fun math, writing, and literacy activities! The best part is that it is editable so you can add stations you come up with! Included is also a checklist for students to make sure they went through each one. Stations add a dynamic touch to your celebration, keeping students actively engaged, celebrating the number 100 in various ways. You can also learn more about them HERE!
100th Day Celebration Bag
Send your students home with a special 100th day celebration bag! Fill it with goodies, notes, or small treats that celebrate the milestone. It’s a thoughtful way to extend the celebration beyond the classroom. Some of the fun things I’ve included in the past were bookmarks, crowns, certificates, and puzzles. If you want to go above and beyond, you could even mail them their bags in advance and instruct them not to open until the night before the 100th day. They can all come to school with their crowns on ready to celebrate! Check out a bag below!
Bundle it Up
Want to take it to the next level? These are just some of the fun station ideas you’ll find in my 100th Day of School Activities Bundle. I truly enjoyed creating an entire exciting experience for students, while also helping take some of the pressure off YOU, when it comes to planning for such an awesome day! It includes all these fantastic ideas and more, providing you with a comprehensive toolkit for a memorable celebration. Don’t miss out on the chance to make your 100th day extraordinary!
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