Congrats! Your learners are officially 100 days smarter! Even though it may not feel like you’re making a difference just think how much growth your students have made since the beginning of the school year. I’ll admit that despite the craziness, the 100th day of school is always so much fun to celebrate. My favorite way to celebrate any 100th day of school activities is through rotations.
I’ve included over 10 activities below that you can choose from to incorporate into your stations. For organizational purposes, I suggest getting everything together, placing each activity in a tub, making copies of the student friendly directions on colored paper, and then laminating them! That way everything that is needed for that activity is all together in one place inside the tub!
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1. 100 Stickers on the Teacher
Every year I would let my students decorate me with 100 stickers! They would get to choose from different shaped stickers and we would add up to 100 of them by the end of the day!
2. 100 Cup Structure
These 100th day of school activities are always a hit! Students compete in a cup stacking challenge with teams! They are given 100 cups and as long as they don’t throw them or knock the cups down on purpose, they are allowed to build them however they want. This was always a favorite!
3. Roll a Die to 100
Students love this one because it’s not only a competition with others, but also with themselves. Students are given a tracking sheet that allows them to monitor how often they roll certain numbers. This can be done in-person or digitally with activities from the 100th Day resource.
4. When I’m a 100 Years Old Picture
I’ve used an app called “Aging Booth” to take pictures of each student and what they would look like when they are 100 years old! You can use any type of craft supply you have on hand to create a frame for the pictures. Students are all about this, but just be warned they probably won’t want you to hang their pictures in the hallway for everyone to see!
5. Mystery Picture
This is one of my favorite 100th day of school activities because it challenges them to think! Students are given a list of questions such as “I have a 1 in the tens place and a 5 in the ones place. What number am I?” They must solve the question and then color in the hundreds chart with the correct answer. In the end, they will have drawn out the number 100 after all questions have been answered.
6. 100 Day Animals
If you have a group of kids that absolutely loves to draw and let their creative sides come out, this is the activity for you! Students make illustrations using the number 100. I’ve had students draw everything from a dog to an ostrich! You can also have them write a story to go along with their illustration if you have time.
7. Race to 100: A Hundreds Chart Game
This is a fun game to do at the end of the day to send the kids home nice and energized! Students will need a large hundreds chart poster and colored paper. They will work together in groups to tear up 100 scraps and fill the hundreds chart. The first group to cover every number on the board & finish is the winner! It seems pretty simple, but students LOVE the challenge!
8. 100 Parts of Speech
Students use the 100 Parts of Speech Booklet to come up with nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. They must try to think of 25 for each and write them under the corresponding flap!
9. Class Book
This activity is so fun to see once they are done! Students will write about what they imagine themselves doing in 100 years. They then draw an illustration next to their writing to show how they will look when they are 100 years old!
10. Flip a Coin a 100 Times
This activity can be done with paper pencil or digitally with the actives inside the 100 Day Resource! Students not only enjoy flipping the coin, but they also like to decide if heads or tails is going to win.
- List of 100 Things
- “What Do You Think?” Booklet
- 100th Day Celebration Hats
- Hershey’s Kiss 100 Chart
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