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The roundup of 25 must-try 100th Day of School activities includes creative collections of 100, craft projects, math games, writing projects and tons more.

100th Day of School ActivitiesFirst up, make a class list of 100 words kids can spell on their own. (Kinder Craze)

Set up a Q-tip polka dotting station. (For the Love of Kindergarten)

Have kids bring in a collection of 100 things from home. (KC Edventures)

Put together some 100 chart puzzles. (First Grader at Last)

Make art with 100 dot stickers. (Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas)

Play a few 100 cup challenges. (Busy Kids Happy Mom)

Make a list of 100 things kids wish they had and 100 things they don’t want. (Doodle Bugs Teaching)

Whip up a batch of 100th day trail mix with the free printable mats!

Super cool 100th Day of School activities.

Have the class work together to donate 100 cans of food to the local food bank. (Funky Fresh Firsties)

Make monsters with 100 googly eyes. (My Mix of Six)

Fingerprint 100 gumballs and then graph their colors. (Little Miss Glamour Goes to Kindergarten)

Give older kids a fun math challenge – build words that cost $100! (Relief Teaching Ideas)

Creative 100th Day of School Ideas

Set up a Hershey’s Kiss Seek and Find. (Mrs. Hodge and Her Kindergarten Kids)

Decorate crazy 100th day hats. (A Spoonful of Learning)

Magically age student pictures using a simple iPhone app. (EduKate and Inspire)

Make necklaces with 100 Fruit Loops. (A Spoonful of Learning)

Clever 100th day of school activities for kids

Glue 100 goldfish in a fishbowl. (Little HIP Chick)

Work together to complete 100 acts of kindness. (Coffee Cups and Crayons)

Decorate pictures of what kids will look like when they’re 100 years old. (The Inspired Apple)

Write about what you’d do with $100. (First Grade Fever)

Make a pizza with 100 toppings. (Chalk Talk)

100th day of school ideas

Take 100 silly face photos. (The Crafty Pickle)

Make pictures from the digits 1-0-0. (Joy in the Journey)

Work together to pop 100 balloons! (Kindergarten Lifestyle)

And finally, roll and color all the way to 100 on a hundred chart. (Apples and ABC’s)

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  1. Thanks for including out counting jar post 🙂 LOVE the idea of turning the day into a service project by collecting cans of food!

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