100th Day of School Activities including crafts, counting, and writing. We celebrate our special day each year with a special snack and other fun activities. This year we added these adorable kid crafts that turned out super cute.
My kids took home a note to return a bag of 100 items (that fit int the bag). This year, I got Legos, feathers, pennies, and even hickory nuts! That was a first! I created a bulletin board with the bags. Keep in mind the special bags I used were leftover from a long time ago. I originally purchased them from Really Good Stuff, but they are now discontinued.
This year I used my counting collections during our 100th day activities. Kids worked in pairs to collect 10 items. We placed our ten groups of ten on the rug and then recorded what we collected.
Obviously, if you know me, you know I decorated for our special day. When the kids walk in , they immediately get excited. They are ready to party! Another activity we do is that I have parents send snacks and I bag up handfuls of the snacks. The kids use them to graph 100 items during our special snack. After graphing 100, they get to eat the snacks!
We also get a dum-dum sucker. How many licks does it take? The kids record each of their 100 licks. Then they get to eat their sucker!
No party is complete without food. These cupcakes are one of my favorite 100th Day of School Activities. Everyone gets excited for cupcakes!
I hope you love my new pack for 100th Day of School Activities. You can find it HERE on TpT.