It's finally here: the 100th day of school! Though it's hard to believe how quickly the year has flown by, when it's time to celebrate with your students, CTP has everything you need for the best 100th day of school celebration.
Items To Help You Celebrate
Engage students and make the day really feel like a party with these 100th day-themed items!
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
Here's a closer look at some of the items included in this bundle:
Hooray 100 Days! Ribbon Reward Badge
100th Day and 120th Day Banner
Activities to Make the Day!
Bring in 100 of an item
To save space and make this more fun for your students, use something small like stickers that your students can count out and place on display! We have a wide variety of stickers to choose from for this activity, and our Incentive Charts Variety Pack are perfect for this purpose.
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 down until you reach 100! Our Charts With a Purpose Variety Pack offers the perfect charts for listing out all your students' reasons.
Make shirts with 100
Have students bring in a shirt in their favorite color -- the darker, the better! Make sure it is a plain cotton t-shirt. Using some number cut-outs as a pattern (any from our letters collections will do great!) have students trace out "100" on contact paper. Cut the contact paper out and have students stick the contact paper design on their t-shirts. Place a bleach dye solution in a spray bottle and spray around the contact paper, making sure to cover all of the shirt around the design. Let the shirt sit and your students watch as the colors change before their eyes! When the shirts look bleached enough, rinse them out and let them dry before taking the contact paper off.
Dress up as an 100-year-old
Students love to dress up! Incorporate a fun literacy lesson into this by having your students write about what they think it will be like to be 100 years old. Use our Learn to Write book series to demonstrate the style of writing you want your students to imitate.
100th day of school scavenger hunt
This activity allows for a lot of creativity! You can have students find 100 of something, like stickers, candies, or themed cut-outs hidden around the classroom.