100th Day FUN with 2 FREEBIES!

I love the 100th Day of school. It is honestly my favorite day of the year. I love this point in the year because I always look around and realize my classroom seems to be running itself. My students know all of the expectations, they know where everything is, they know how to get things they need, we’ve built a classroom community, and everything is just flowing. (I hope I didn’t just jinx myself πŸ˜‰ ).

Here is a peek into our 100th Day. πŸ™‚

We started our day off with writing 100 reasons we love our school. I have 20 students, so they each got in pairs. I gave them a poster board and markers and they wrote down ten each for a total of 100!

100 Reasons We LOVE Our School

They were really cute, and they look great in the hallway.

Next, we worked on a cute 100th Day Writing Book.

(Click the picture to grab it from googledocs.)

100th day Writing Book Freebie

I loved these two responses. πŸ™‚

100th Day Book 1

100th Day Book 2

I love how kids think 100 dollars can buy so much! Too funny!

After writing, we made our 100th day hats. This is TOTALLY not my idea. I’ve seen it all over Pinterest. It’s super easy. All you need is sentence strips, construction paper, stickers, and markers.

100th Day Hats in Progress

I can’t post a picture of my cuties in their hats, but here’s where they ended up by the end of the day. Ha!

100th Day Hats Pile

Next we found out how many things we could do in 100 seconds. This was SO much fun! Click the picture below to grab the worksheet from Mrs. T’s First Grade Class.

What Can I Do in 100 Seconds

We also rolled to 100. Click the picture below to grab the printable from google docs.

Roll to 100

This is always a fun way to practice estimating.

We also got in partners and flipped a coin 100 times.

Click the picture below to grab this freebie from 2nd Grade Rocks.

Flip a Coin 100 Times

Last, we did my favorite activity: making 100th Day trail mix! I’ve blogged out this idea before {here}.

Well, this year, it was a little trickier because I have students who are allergic to chocolate and nuts.

100th Day Snack Mix No Nuts or Chocolate

This year we used: fruit loops, pretzels, cheez-its, jelly beans, gummy bears, animal crackers, popcorn, cheese puffs, jujubees, and honey comb cereal.

I put my kiddos in pair and each pair makes 10 rows of 10.

100th Day Snack- Hard At Work2

100th Day Snack- Hard At Work

100th Day Snack- Hard At Work3

Once they all have 10 rows of 10, we dump it all into a big bowl, mix it up, and enjoy.

(Don’t worry, I make sure we all have clean hands before we start. πŸ™‚ )

100th Day Snack Mix Complete

And that was just some of our 100th Day! How do you celebrate the 100th Day? Leave me a comment below!

Also, before I run to church, I just posted my next Welcome Work Packet– Months 7&8. Click the picture below to grab it! Only 1 more pack left to make! πŸ™‚

Welcome Work months 7 and 8

Have a great day!

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I have always had a passion for teaching and sharing with others and look forward to sharing my ideas with you!

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