Looking for some new ways to praise your students, or a sweet note to give them on 100-Day? I think you'll enjoy this list of 100 ways to praise.
Reinforce time to the hour with this fun digital and analog clock game for 100 Day. Students take turns rolling one dice to get numbers 1-6 for those times, and then roll 2 dice and add them together to get numbers 7-12.
Here are 4 different writing prompts for 100 Day, that are set up as graphic organizers to help students organize their thoughts.
These are some different and interesting writing, counting and measuring activities, for your 100-Day celebration, that involve money.
Challenge your students to think about how they might look if they live to be 100. Have them draw a self-portrait or use an aging app to create a photograph. Suggestions and links for apps are included, as well as templates for an "Oldie 100-Day Pennant Banner."
"Reinforce" the 100 number, with this reinforcement hole 100 Day banner. Great fine motor practice too.
Three "counting" crowns for 100 Day. Look closely at the pictures and you will see how students made 20 groups of 5 on the 100 Day Rocks! crown, as well as 10 groups of 10 on the heart crown. The crown with the circle "jewels" on it, has 104 circles and includes a guess-timation activity.
A coloring page for 100 Day, was requested for preschool children to work on as a whole-group activity. You can have older students put groups of 5 or 10 inside the number. i.e. five X's, 5 smilie stickers, 5 dots, 5 stars etc. adding items 'til they have 100 things.