100th DAY of SCHOOL
Here are some ideas I have collected over the years from various locations.
*100 piece puzzles
If I had $100 dollars
I could eat 100 ______
In 100 years, _________ (crumple paper and draw a portrait of me at 100 years old)
*Create a picture using 100 sticker dots
*Count by 2s, 5s, 10s to 100
*100 day poem and song
*Write 100 words
*BOOK: 3 pages in the book:
100 days ago, I could not _________ but now I can!
Title: 100 Days Smarter
*100 stamp book (10 pages with 10 stamps each)
*Read the story The Wolf's Chicken Stew. The wolf tries to fatten up the chicken by cooking 100 donuts, pancakes, etc. Serve 100 pancakes or doughnuts
*Read the book 100 Hungry Ants
*Give out hundreds counting charts. Students work in small groups. Using a die, each child takes a turn throwing the die and coloring their chart the same number as is shown on the die for their turn e.g. roll 5, color the first 5 squares, next turn, roll 3, color next 3 squares etc. The first child to get to 100, filling the entire grid is the winner. No prizes but applause from the group
Snack - Use one pretzel and two oval crackers to make the numeral "100". Using a oval template a little smaller than the cracker, cut two pieces of cheese to go on the cracker.
100 Day Crowns: Cut a crown to fit each child's head. Have 10 rubber stamps and stamp pads available. Each child stamps each of the 10 stamps 10 times. Then children can count the sets of 10 by tens to 100. Children wear their 100 crown during the 100th day celebration.