100th Day of School Teaching Ideas, Lesson Plans, Printables , Activities

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  • 100 Day Math And Literacy Activities By Kinderglynn  This is 116 pages filled, filled, filled with many different ideas! I worked really hard at making this different from the rest. Every game is differentiated and will meet the needs of all your learners.
  • 100 Arms and Legs: KinderReaders Title and 100th Day of School Activity Kit – NEW EDITION  This Complete Kit includes:
    1. 100 Arms and Legs, a KinderReaders title featuring 4 different reading levels, plus a wordless version
    2. BONUS: Included in this special KinderReaders edition is a larger version of Level 4 to be used as a shared reading or read aloud with your entire class. Use the 8 ½” x 11” version as is, or blow it up to 11” x 14” paper and use it as a big book.
    3. Activity Kit: Materials to be used in conjunction with the title to celebrate the number 100
  • 100 Happy Faces at School By Giggly Games Black and White and Full-Color Activities
    1. Includes 2 counting mats to count to 100 by 1s
    2. File folder game to count to 100 by 5s
    3. LARGE board game to practice adding and subtracting by 10s by being the first one to reach 100
    4. Mini reader to practice writing the number “100”

Resources @ A to Z

100th Day Activities
100 lipstick kisses, make a 100 stamp book, estimate time it takes to do 100 things, and other creative & fun ideas for the 100th day of school. 

100th Day of School 50-50 Book 
Write a book listing groups of 50 opposites. I did this with my students, and they called it “The 100 Book” because each page spread has 100 items. 

100th Day of School Collections 
100 items–children predict weights, weigh, and chart results. Also includes related activity ideas.  

Favorite 100th Day Activities 
Favorite 100th day activities shared at the A to Z Teacher Stuff Forums.  

100th Day of School Collections – More 
* I have the children bring in their own collections of 100 items.  

The Wolf’s Chicken Stew 100th Day Celebration  
Celebrate 100 by reading The Wolf’s Chicken Stew, graphing, and making 100 pancakes!  

100th Day of School @ Little Giraffes
Photos and description of activities for the week of the 100th day of school.  

I Can Write 100 Words
Printable sheet with blanks to fill in 100 words.  

100 Charts 
Printable 100 grids/charts. Includes blank chart, and charts with 1-100 filled in, 5s filled in, and 10s filled in. 

100 Fingers Quilt / Grid
Use these hands to count to 100 by 5s. The “quilt blocks” can be cut out and arranged into a quilt, grid, or number line that counts by 5s to 100.   

100 Printable  
Printable 100, and 100 Day coloring pages, signs, etc.  

Resources @ Other Sites

100 Day
A handful of teacher submitted day 100 ideas. 
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2

100 Jelly Beans
Find out what 100 jelly beans look like. 
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2

100th Day Activities
Teachers.net Chat Archive  
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2

100th Day of School Activities  
A page full of teacher submitted ideas for celebrating 100
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2

Joan Holub’s 100th Day of School Website 
Hundreds of ideas submitted by educators.  
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2

Let’s Celebrate 100 Days 
Here’s an interesting way to incorporate real math into your daily morning activities. Begin with the first day of school and end with the 100th day of the school year which normally falls about mid-February.  
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2

100th Day Printables 
By abcteach, find several ideas & activities that can be printed.
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2
100 Days Of School     

… a color book, a counting book, a math book, a rhyming book, and, of course, a fun book all in one.
One Hundred Hungry Ants When one hundred hungry ants set out to sample the food at a nearby picnic, they introduce youngsters to the basic principles of division as they march along.

100th Day Worries
Jessica is worried. On the 95th day of first grade, her teacher announces that the class will celebrate the 100th day of school by bringing in collections of 100 things. Being a chronic worrier, Jessica thinks and thinks all week. What will she bring?

Emily’s First 100 Days of School
From day one to day 100, Emily and her classmates expand their creative and mathematical skills as they immerse themselves in the exciting early days of school.


Activities, Learning Center Ideas, and Celebrations Exciting, hands-on activities to learn about the numbers 1 to 100…plus great ideas for counting up to the 100th day of school celebration! Includes manipulatives, games, poems, literature-based activities, and so much more.

In this ingenious counting book, more than 2,500 items are imaginatively arranged in a dazzling display of detail, color and inventiveness. Exploring the Numbers 1 to 100 (Grades PreK-2)

 

From the creators of the popular Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten, comes this lively celebration of the 100th day of kindergarten. In honor of this festive milestone, each student must bring “100 of some wonderful, one-hundred-full thing!” to school the following day.

Illustrating different kinds of families that help children to count to one hundred by ones and tens, an active picture book depicts colorful characters who share bonds of family, friendship, and community.

Designed to help build reading and counting skills, a story about a class’s sense of accomplishment features energetic illustrations, 100 spelling words, and punch-out flash cards.

Everything You Need to Count Up to the 100th Day of School A complete learning kit for counting up to and celebrating the 100th day of school! Inside you’ll find: a full-color picture book; a huge count-up celebration poster; day-by-day count-up stickers; a lively audiocassette; and a 24-page teaching guide brimming with complete how-to’s for organizing 100 Day games, complete learning center displays, party plans, and snacks. Includes literature links plus reproducible pages.

In an effort to fatten up Mrs. Chicken for his delicious stew, Wolf unwittingly makes some new friends.

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