The 100th day of school is a milestone that has become popular to celebrate with students. In addition to some of the fun pencils and bracelets we sell, we have gathered some of these great (and easy) ideas for you to plan to celebrate the 100th day of school in your classroom.
Makerspace Ideas to Celebrate the 100th Day of School
We are loving these makerspace activity station ideas from joyfullearninginkc.com and thought, what a fun way to really get students engaged. You can use almost any manipulative to create this type of 100th day activity – legos or bricks, stacking cups, wooden blocks, or even these really cool Rabbits and Rabbits.
Fun Take Homes for 100 Days of School
Running low on time? We know, is that a trick question? If you want to celebrate 100 Days of School, but need a quick and easy solution to create some excitement we have a bunch of items on the site that are great take homes for each student. 100 Days of School Pencils, glasses or Wristbands. We also have bulletin board decorations and 100 Days Smarter Certificate Awards. Browse 100 Days of School Items here.
Writing Activity – When I’m 100 Years Writing Activity
Kids get a kick out of the AgingBooth App, which is free to download on your phone or tablet. Use this to help them imagine what they will be like in 100 years. Compare pictures side by side. This wonderful teacher from the whoswhoandnew blog has provided these free 100th Day of School Printables on her TeachersPayTeachers page.
“Actively” Celebrate the 100th day of School with a Physical Education Lesson
Our friends over at PE Central have a few lesson ideas to get kids active in a fun way to celebrate their 100th day. Whether you are a PE teacher, an after school teacher or any other educator looking to add some movement to the day, these ideas are perfect. There are ideas from cup stacking activities to integrating the activity with a fellow Math Teacher.
For more ideas, check out this article from Education World on 100 Ways to Celebrate 100 Days of School.