What to celebrate the 100th day of school? Here are a few ideas from across the web. My personal favorite is the “When I Am 100 Years old…” writing prompt paired with the AgingBooth app, which morphs your sweet student(s) into the wrinkled older versions of themselves. Or, just check out the app just for fun. Here’s a peek into my 5-year old turned proud member of the grey-haired brigade:
Here’s the printable from Fall Into First.
Here’s a 100th Day Snack idea, also created by Fall into First.
Teacher Angie Neal (Fall into First) suggests the great idea of providing students with a template such as
“When I am 100 years old, I will _____________ and _______________. My favorite thing(s) to do will be _______________ and ___________________.”
Below are some other fun ideas to celebrate 100 days, including a book suggestion. If you have other ideas or book suggestion, let us know in the comments.
A fun snack,
Printable from Two Pink Peas in a Pod
While not a “100 Days” book per se, How Many Jelly Beans? provides an excellent picture — figuratively and literally of number sense of 100 and beyond. It’s a large book with bright vibrant illustrations, making it an excellent classroom read-aloud and addition to your year-round library. The last page includes a fold-out featuring a one MILLION jelly beans.