As the 100th Day of School milestone approaches, we thought we’d share a few ways educators can mark the occasion with their students whether they’re in the classroom or learning at home. Celebrating this year might look very different than years past, and so we hope the ideas and suggestions below can help make your 100th day feel a little bit brighter.
Here’s a roundup of resources from our Teachers team for fun and exciting book lists and activities:
- 12 Books to Celebrate the 100th Day of School
Are you looking for a fun and easy way to celebrate with younger students? Reading silly stories together might be just want you need to get your class excited.
- Interactive Activities to Celebrate the 100th Day of School
Celebrate the 100th Day of School with themed lessons, read-alouds, writing prompts, and mini-books all in one printable pack.
- 99 Easy Ways to Teach the 100th Day of School
From books to balloons and counting to crafts, our Teachers team rounded up 99 quick and easy creative activities students can enjoy involving the number 100.
In the spirit of centenarian fun, here’s a flashback to one educator’s yearly tradition that made us smile!
Dressing up like grannies and grandpas like we’re 100 years old!! It’s our yearly tradition in K-1!pic.twitter.com/oD07uN2zFY— Liz Peers (@MrsLPeers) January 14, 2021