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100 Day Kindergarten Homework Pages

100 Days Activities, Rhymes, Printables, and 100 Days Book Suggestions

100 Collection
Have each student bring in a collection of 100 small items, such as paper clips, cotton balls, or pennies. Provide a poster board and let children create an artwork with the items.

100 Paper Chains
Break the class into 10 groups. Have each group make 10 paper chains. Come together and attach all chains to make a 100 paper chain. 

100 Jumping Jacks
Have children spread out in the classroom or outside and lead them in ten sets of ten jumping jacks. Ask children for other ways the sets of jumping jacks can be divided for subsequent days. Then, do 100 jumping jacks using a different number pattern. Make sure children have enough rest between sets and access to water. Encourage children to only do the number of jumping jacks they feel most comfortable with. If desired, the sets of jumping jacks can be spread throughout the day so that everyone gets a chance to do 100 over a longer time period with many rests in between.

100 Piece Puzzle
Break the class into groups and have them put together 100-piece puzzles.

100 Structure

Provide 100 blocks, or paper cups, and let children create a structure.

Dancing for 100 Seconds
Have children spread out in the classroom for a dance break. Tell them they can dance in place using their best moves for 100 seconds. Then, play music for exactly 100 seconds (1 minute and 40 seconds). Use a stopwatch or second hand of the clock to keep time. Ask children if 100 seconds was longer or shorter than they thought it would be.

Hundreds Day Relay

What you need:

Jump ropes

Traffic cones

Balls

Small trash receptacle (for basket)

Clock or stopwatch

What you do: Divide the class into teams and explain that each team will race to complete 10 sets of 10 exercises, with one team member completing each exercise for a total of 100 altogether. Present the exercises, and show children where each exercise station is set up. Once a team member completes an exercise, he/she must move to the next station and tag his/her team member to begin the next set. Parent volunteers can be asked to monitor each station. Possibilities for the ten exercises are 10 jumping jacks, jumping rope for 10 rotations, kicking a ball between ten traffic cones, touching toes ten times, bouncing a ball ten times, shooting ten baskets (a small trash receptacle can be used for the basket), balancing on one foot for ten seconds, completing ten sit-ups, and hopping on one foot ten times.

100 Days Printables, Coloring Pages, and Resources
100 Days Rhyme and Song:

100 Days Ago
Original Author Unknown
(Tune: Hi Ho, Hi Ho from Snow White)

Hi, ho, hi, ho,
100 days ago,
We came to school,
And we're so cool.
Hi, ho, hi, ho, hi, ho.

100th Day Song 
Original Author Unknown
(Tune: I've Been Working on the Railroad)

We've been working in our classroom,
For 100 days.
We've been working in our classroom,
Here in the __________ grade.
Rising early in the morning,
Bring our books and pencils, too.
Every day we come to __________ (school name),
We learn something new.

One Hundredth Day Song
Original Author Unknown
(Tune: Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush)

One H-U-N-D-R-E-D is a very special number to me,
Ten sets of ten all in a line,
Make one hundred, oh so fine.

Shout: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100!

We can get there by ten's,
We can get there by five's
We can go back to zero
And start once again...

Shout: 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100!

We've been together for 100 days,
Learning and growing in so many ways,
We've come together to sing and to say,
Happy, Happy, Hundredth Day!

100 Days or School Snack Ideas

Eating 100

What you need:

Stick pretzels,

Small circle crackers

What you do: 

Show children how to make the number 100 with one straight pretzel for the 1 and two small round crackers for the zeros. 

100 Days of School Books

Do you celebrate 100 days at your school? We do and I look forward to it every year. It is such a fun way to celebrate making it through the first 100 days of school. It’s a celebration that isn’t connected to a holiday which can make it fun. Some teachers only change one or two areas of the school day to celebrate, while others make the whole day a 100 day celebration! I like to incorporate 100th day into as much as I can within the day without losing teaching moments.

100 Ideas For The 100th Day Of School

Here is the Ultimate List: 100 Ideas For The 100th Day Of School. Use this list to help you celebrate 100th day including decorations, printables, outfits, and more.

Classroom Decorations

Appealing Entries For 100th Day from MPM School Supplies

Entry & Classroom Set Up from Growing Kinders

100th Day Firework Banner

Crawl Through ‘0’ To Enter from Mrs. Williamsons Kinders

100 Days DIY Banner from Something From Cassie

100 Whirls (5 pack)

100 Day Bulletin Board Dragon

100 Reasons Why We Love Our School from L Rompy

Hip Hip Hooray It’s The 100th Day from Ms. Mary’s Busy Bees

Give Us A Hand For Our 100th Day Of School from Ramona Sanchez

 

Outfits

T-Shirt Ideas For The 100th Day Of School from Kinder Craze

Talley Mark T-Shirt from Really Quite Lucky

Make A Tree Button Shirt from Tatertots & Jello

Happy 100th Day Of School Shirt (For Teachers) 

Googly Eye Shirt from One Artsy Mama

Glittered Boppers Party Headband

Dress Like You’re 100 from Fluttering Through First Grade

100th Day Of School Owl Glasses (12 Pack)

I Survived 100 Days Of School – Bandaid Shirt from South Shore Mamas

Beaded Flower Shirt from Alisa Anderson

 

Books

Jake’s 100th Day Of School 

One Hundred Hungry Ants 

Centipede’s 100 Shoes 

100th Day Worries 

Disaster On The 100th Day 

Emily’s First 100 Days Of School 

Miss Bindergarten Celebrates The 100th Day

100 Things That Make Me Happy 

One Watermelon Seed 

The Chicken Problem 

 

Games & Class Activities

100 Piece Puzzle With Classmates from IAccept

100 Link Paper Chain from Larremore Teacher Tips

100th Day Search and Color from The Kinder Polka Dot Patch

100 Day Collections with Printable Baggie Label from SC Jeff Co K12

Build A 100 Cup Structure from Laurie Turk: Tip Junkie

100th Day Of School Hopscotch from Kinder Craze

100 Day Fitness Fun from Ashlee Kelley Harper

100th Day Of School Galore: Photo Booth Props, Games & More

100 Day Chant

What Can I Do In 100 Seconds? from Mrs Ts First Grade Class

 

Snacks

1ooth Day Snack Activity Printable from Little Miss Kindergarten

1ooth Day Snack Printable from Fall Into First

Licorice and Peach Ring Cupcakes from Indulgy.com

Rainbow Snack from Amanda Creation

Wafer Cookie & Donut Snack from Shawnee Jarvis

Sandwich & Cheese Lunch from Lunches Fit For A Kid

Pinwheels & Apple Sandwiches from 1oo Days Of Real Food

Lunch Made Easy from Keeley McGuire

1ooth Day Of School Cake from Tip Junkie

Sucker Bin from Sandy Van Toorn

 

Free Printables

100th Day Glasses from Technology Rocks Seriously

100 Items Paper Bag Challenge from Clever Classroom Blog

100 Days Smarter Crown from Julie Lee

100 Days of Hard Work Crown from K is for Kinderrific

I Can Make 100 Dots from Mrs. Hodge and Her Kindergarten Kids

100th Day Coloring Page from More Than Math By Mo

My 100th Day Flip Book from Classroom Freebies

My 100 Day Flip Booklet from Classroom Freebies

Happy 100th Day Certificate from Seusstastic

16 Page 100th Day Printables from Tip Junkie

 

Math Activities

Highlight 100 Printable from Sheila Melton

What 100 Looks Like Comparing Activity from Kindergarten Chaos

100th Day Bean Flip Printable from Sara Rhodes

100th Day Math Worksheet from Mrs. Ahrens

Free 100s Day Puzzle – Differentiated from Mrs Miners Monkey Business

Hershey Kiss Seek & Find Math Game from Mrs. Hodge and Her Kindergarten Kids

100th Day Of School Math Printables from Mrs. Jones’ Creation Station

Fill In The Missing Numbers from Starfall

Build An Ice Cream Cone By 10’s from Mrs. Lees Kinder Kids

Estimation Activity from Mrs. Terhune

 

Language Activities

Our 100th Day Mini Book from Wild About K and First Kidz

100th Day of School Writing Prompt from Two Pink Peas In A Pod

We Can Write 100 Words from Kinder Craze

Write Your Name In 100 Seconds from Mrs Bohatys Kindergarten Kingdom

If I Had $100 I Would Buy.. from Scholastic.Com

100 Days Poem and Magic Snow from First Grade Blue Skies

100th Day Mini Book from Wild About K and First Kidz

If I Had 100 Book from Megan Triplett

When I’m 100 Writing Prompt from A Cupcake For The Teacher

What Would You Do To Get Your Face On The $100 Bill from Teach Me Toriseva

 

Arts & Crafts

100th Day Cereal Necklace from Mrs Ungers Kinders

I am 100 Days Smarter Hat Craft from Saddle Up For 2nd Grade

100 Gumballs For The 100th Day from Little Miss Glamour Goes

Today Vs. 100 Years Old Picture Craft from Who’s Who and New

Color Pages from Classroom Freebies

100 Days Brighter Hat Craft (With Printable) from LL School Daze

100th Day Neck Tie and Necklace from Mrs Williamsons Kinders

100th Day Quilt from L Rompy

Create A 100 Picture from Beth Cornell

100th Day Fishbowl from Little Hip Chick

 

Take Home Favors

Smarties Take Home Snack from Teaching With Terhune

Treat Bag Idea from Creative Teaching Press

Happy100th Day Wrist Band

Happy 100th Day Stickers

You “O-Fish-Ally” Made It from Classroom Freebies

I Survived 100 Days Of Kindergarten Tag from Helping Little Hands 

Happy 100th Day Pencils

100th Day Treat Bag from Joseph Hernandez

100th Day Poem from Rachel Lukacsko

Your Teacher Thinks You’re Worth 100 Grand from Amanda Terhune

 

And for even more ideas check these out too:

More 100th Day from Growing Kinders

100th Day Of School Crafts For 100 Days from Sweet Tea Classroom

75 Ideas For 100th Day Of School from Tip Junkie

100th Day Of School Activity Packet from Jeannie Hunter

16 Page Freebie: 100th Day Activity Packet from Tip Junkie

I hope this list of ideas for 100 Days Of School helps you celebrate this fun milestone! I personally can’t wait to start planning our 100th day! Do you have another idea that didn’t make our list? Comment below, we’d love for you to share!

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