100th Day of School Fun!


To celebrate the 100th Day of School, we set up math centers using the number 100!  In this post, we're sharing our favorite centers we've gathered through the years and giving you the resources to create them for your own classroom!


Ready for the 100th Day!  
Here we've got all of our goodies ready for a fun and exciting day!  Our center directions and materials are in zip bags to be passed out, our 100 year old people craft is prepped, and our sweet treat is all packaged up!

Here are the certificates we attach to our treat bags filled with Smarties candies.

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/100-Days-Smarter-Award-FREEBIE-100th-day-1680715

Head over to Becca Foxwell's TpT store to grab this FREE download!

100th Day Math Centers
Follow along below to see each of the 10 centers we set up for the 100th day.  Some of the centers take a bit of time to complete, so we keep them set up for a few days to a week after the actual 100th day.   
At the end of this post, you can grab the set of center ideas for free!




















Grab the center posters and printable materials in the resource below!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ISAcVjol_YZK7Bx7iSPqYHSFNYpchiuG/view?usp=sharing

100th Day Projects

In addition to the activities and centers we prepare for the classroom, we have our kiddos create a project with 100 objects.  Here are some of our favorites!




Assign this project to your kiddos with this FREE editable note to parents!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1X7kXNnIRXdZ350Oa2MDG3d8DNC1OALls/view?usp=sharing

Happy 100th Day to you and your kiddos!  We hope you find some helpful and fun resources and ideas in this blog post to make your 100th fabulous!

6 comments

  1. Hi, I am in dire need of help! I purchased at TPT your print a standard for RI.7 and I just need some clarification. I am a first year teacher and I am struggling with this key ideas standard. If you could offer me assistance I woulb be so grateful! Thanks

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  2. Most states operate similar programs with primary school running from kindergarten through to year six or seven. High schools tend to run from year 7 to 10 and then senior high school runs from year 11 to year 12. exams

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  3. every class har a set of pecularities and you seem to have been able to pin down your class' shenanigans. you are right on the part about changing the seat chart. i have seeen it doing wonders too Cut off mark

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