34 Great Ways to Celebrate 100 Days of School

How to make the 100 days activities to celebrate the first 100 days of school.  These 100th day of school crafts include 100th day crown, 100th day glasses, worksheets, snack, 100s day printables, school projects, and coloring pages.

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100 Days

1.  100th Day of School Hairband ~ Make a festive hairband for the 100th day of school by dressing it up with pipe cleaner.

2.  Tally Mark T-shirt ~ Use the free tally mark pattern, download to your Silhouette, or cut out with scissors and iron on.  

3.  Free Printable T-shirt Iron On Template ~ Make a cute t-shirt using inkjet T-Shirt Transfers.  You can print the images directly from the link.

4.  100 Finger T-shirt ~ Kids love to get their hands gooey and messy, this hand paint project is perfect for the 100th day of school.  Ten sets of hand prints makes 100 finger prints.

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100 Day Activities

5.  Today and 100 Years Art Activity ~ Kindergarteners did a self-portrait of “today” and then what they would look like in “100 years”.  This would make a great keepsake!

6.  100th Day of School Dress-Up  ~ For the hundredth day of school dress up your kiddo like they are 100 years old.

7.  Meet Granny Cross ~ Surprise your classroom by sending your 100 year old grandmother or so they think it’s your grandmother.  The post provides awesome tips to dress like a 100 year old lady.

8.  Torn Paper Art ~ Make a picture of what you might look like at 100 years old from torn paper.

9.  100th Day of School Hopscotch ~ Use the back side of Twister mat to make this game of hopscotch.  The kids will be hopping with delight. 

10.  100 Cup Structure ~ Set out 100 plastic cups and let children design a 100 cup structure. 

11.  100 Item Board ~ A quick and inexpensive trip to the dollar store is what Kellie did to make this 100 item board.  All the items including the board can be purchased there.  {{wink}}

12.  Goldfish Poster ~ “Why are fish so smart? Because they are always in schools!”  How cute is this little riddle.  

13.  100 Number Creations ~ Such a fun activity for children to create pictures using the number 100.

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100th Day of School

14.  100th Day of School Photos ~ Make a photo collage in the shape of “100” using photos of your child.  You can download the free basic Shape Collage software at Shapecollage.com.

15.  100-Eye’d Monster ~ Bet your kids wouldn’’t mind making a 100 day of school project if it looked like this!  What a great idea to glue 100 craft eyes to the monster!

16.  Thumb Body is 100 Days Smarter ~ Collect 100 thumb prints from different people.  Make sure you use washable ink and a poster board.

17.  Melted Crayon Canvas Art ~  Melted Crayon Canvas art is all the rage right now, but actually finding a tutorial is harder than you might think.  Stephanie’s tutorial is fabulous and will walk you through each step. 

18.  100 Legos ~ Design a picture using your Lego pieces.  Lego lovers will adore this project!

100th Day Crown

100th Day Crown

19.  100th Day Printable Crown ~ Children get to color their crown any way they choose.  They can also write numbers 1 thru 100 on the sides.

100th Day Glasses

100th Day Glasses

20.  100 Day Printable Glasses ~ Another fun coloring project.  Cut out the picture and the children can wear their glasses on the 100th day of school.

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100s Day Printables

21.  100 Days of School Necklace ~ Count by 10’s to make this fun necklace.  You can use cheerios or fruit loops.  Kids will love being able to eat it afterwards.  {wink}

22.  100th Day of School Printable Bundle ~ This amazing printable bundle includes everything you need for the 100th day of school.  It includes favor tags, water bottle labels, nugget labels, kiss labels and lollipop tags.

23.  100th Day of School {free printable} ~ Use this free printable label for your 100th day of school projects.

24.  100th Day Gumball Machine {free printable} ~ Print this 12×18 inch gumball machine and have your kids count out and add 100 ‘pom poms’ as gumballs. Only $2.99 at Costco to print a 12×18 inch photo. Perfect for the 100th day of school project!

25.  100 Year Old Me ~ A writing prompt, “I think that when I am 100 years old”, for children to fill in.  It would be really cool as a writing prompt.

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100 Day Worksheets

26.  100th Day of School Freebie ~ Several printable activities to keep children busy on the 100th day of school.

27.  100 Days of School Unit {16 pages} ~ Sixteen free pages of activities for the 100th day of school.  All you have to do is print them.

28.  Color by Code ~ Children can practice coloring odd/even numbers with this worksheet.  

29.  100th Day Worksheet Pack ~ A free worksheet pack for the 100th day of school which includes a 100’s chart, reading prompt, student certificate and a chart to make trail mix. 

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100th Day Snack

30.  Donut Snack ~ Using Little Debbie’s snacks skewer 1 swiss roll and 2 chocolate donuts for a fun snack that spells 1 0 0.

31.  100th Day of School Lunch ~ Decorate a peanut butter sandwich with cookie cutters.

32.  100th Day Bento Lunch ~ A complete lunch with pretzel thins and 100 days cheese cut outs, bus cut out sandwich, cherry tomatoes for 0’s and a carrot stick for the 1. 

33.  100 Calorie Snack ~ 100 calorie snack packs or 100 calorie yogurt are perfect for the 100th day of school snacks.

34.  100 Days of School Grand ~ Type up a simple note that says, “Thanks for making the first 100 days of school Grand!” and attach a mini 100 Grand candy bar to it.



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