100th Day of School Activity Ideas & Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the 100th Day
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When I was teaching in the public schools, we used to make a big deal about the 100th day of school. I'm not sure why, but it was fun coming up with different activities for the students to do to make the day a little different than normal.
That's why books like Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the 100th Day is so great. I loved reading this book to my kids even though I didn't even teach kindergarten.
As I was looking for more 100th day books from Amazon, look at some of the other fun things to go with your 100th day activities!
Miss Bindergarten comes up with fun activities for her students to do. So I decided to give you a list of different 100th day of activities that you could do with your kiddos:
Get different types of stickers for each of your children (check these out). Have them put 100 stickers on a piece of construction paper. Then staple it together into a book. To make it fun and to add some more math, have them put 10 stickers on each of 10 pieces of paper (or half sheets) and staple them together. This way, they can see that 10 groups of 10 = 100 items
Have each child choose 100 craft items (craft sticks, pipe cleaners, pom poms, etc). Then they can use their imagination to create something with their 100 craft supplies. I love getting craft supplies from the Dollar Tree! You can even order online! Click below to check it out.
Count to 100 by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s
Jump, hop, skip, or crawl 100 times
Time your kids doing 100 second races
Read, Write, & Do Math
Have your child read 100 words, write 100 words, or do 100 math problems.
Money Have your kids count out 100 pennies. Better yet...give them $1.00 and let them buy something at the Dollar Tree! That's math in real life.
Print this page out and have your kids fill it out. I think it will be pretty funny to read what they had to think.
Have fun with these 100th day activities.
Don't forget to check out Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the 100th Day.
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