One of the biggest celebrations for elementary school students is the 100th day of school. From the first day of school, classes begin keeping track of the number of days they have been in school so they can celebrate when they've reached the 100th day. It's a milestone that represents progress, growth and achievement. This is also a good time to set goals for the rest of the year and reflect on areas that were successful or maybe some that could use improvement.
There are so many ways to celebrate the 100th day in school!
Our 100th Day Fun Printable Decor Bundle makes it easy to celebrate this memorable classroom occasion. Use the variety of decor and incentive products in this printable décor bundle to:
- Customize the look and needs of your space
- Create an inspiring environment
- Enhance instruction
- Personalize learning
- Increase student engagement
This bundle comes with Cootie Catcher directions and a Printable Decor Tips and Best Practices page and includes:
- Hooray! 100 Days! Headline
- Happy 120th Day! Headline
- 3” Patterned 100s Cut-Outs (8 pieces)
- 4 Jumbo Patterned 100s Cut-Outs/Labels
- 100 Days Smarter Reward Badge/Sticker
- 4 Hooray 100 Days! Ribbon Reward Badge/Sticker
- 20 100th Day Stickers
- Happy 100th Day! Cootie Catcher
- 100th Day Award
- 4 100th Day Bookmarks
- Marble Jar
- Graph It! Chart
- Ten Frames Chart
- Let’s Mark Today’s Number! Chart
Looking for more ways to celebrate?
Bring in 100 of an item
This could seem like a lot so definitely consider a smaller item such as fruit loops, buttons, pennies, stickers, candy or something similar.
Create a 100th day poster
This could be a poster about “100 reasons why we love first grade” as an example, and then have each students write enough reasons to reach 100
Make shirts with 100
This is easy enough where students can find a plain white T-shirt at home and then give them markers that can be used on fabric. They can design the shirts around the “100” theme such as writing and decorating the number itself, or drawing 100 designs, or pinning 100 small items to a shirt. Then students can wear their shirts to school to celebrate!
Dress up as an 100-year-old
This one seems to be popular these days where students dress up like a 100-year-old. You can tie this in to a writing assignment and have students write about what they think their lives would be like if they were 100.
100th day of school scavenger hunt
This activity allows for a lot of creativity! You can have students find 100 of something, like hearts, around the classroom.
Check out these fun 100th day products to help you celebrate this day!
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