- 100's necklace with fruit loops
The students thread fruit loops onto a string of yarn. As they create the necklace, they mark each group of ten with a label. Then, when they are finished they have a student-created manipulative to use as they practice counting by 10's to 100!
- 100th Day Scavenger Hunt
As the name implies, this activity involves a scavenger hunt. The students have a checklist of items, and they have to find ten of each item on the list. By the time they finish the search, they will have found 100 things at school.
- 100th Day Snack
This sweet little treat was perfect for our 100th day. I know there are a lot of versions out there, including healthy alternatives such as using a baby carrot with cucumber slices. I made my snacks a couple of days in advance, so I went with easy options here! You could easily make this one your own, though. I simply stapled the tag onto the front of the snack bag, and viola! Done!
- Finger-print Gumball Machine
You guessed it: these sweet little gum ball machines contain 100 finger-print gum balls! The kiddos loved this one.
- 100th Day Photo Booth
They were having way too much fun here! I had to get in on the photo booth action for just a minute as well.
Can you tell that we had a great day??? These activities, along with a few others, are included in my new TPT product: The 100th Day of School! You can access it here if you are interested in using any of these materials for your own 100th day.