Who says learning can’t be a blast? Celebrate the 100th day of Kindergarten with a bang! It’s the ultimate chance to dive into a world of excitement and knowledge. We’ve got your back with the best ideas to keep your little learners engaged with meaningful practice activities.

Hooray! It’s the 100th day of Kindergarten – a time to party and polish those academic skills. Here are some delightful and brainy ways to join in the fun with your little learners.

Read Aloud

Kick off with a fun reading and a Picture Book Activity. Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the 100th Day of School is the book you need for your read aloud. And for some extra academic oomph, don’t forget the activity pack!

Counting to 100

Have your kindergarteners practice math skills by counting to 100, either by 1s, 2s, 5s or 10s. This will help them reinforce their counting skills and understand number patterns. (Digital 100th Day Counting by 10s Boom Deck™ Task Cards) and (100th Day of School Center Activities for Kindergarten)


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100th Day Snack

Have your students bring 100 pieces of their favorite snacks to share with the class. This can be a fun and tasty way to practice counting and sharing.

100th Day Art Projects

You can ask your little learners to create art projects that involve 100 items, such as drawing 100 stars or creating a collage with 100 pieces of paper. (100th Day Monster & Collection Grown Up Letter FREEBIES)

100th Day Writing Activity

Your students can write about what they have learned in their first 100 days of Kindergarten. This can be a great way to reflect on their progress and celebrate their achievements.

As a whole group, you can have your little learners add 100 words to an anchor chart. This is a fun way to practice literacy skills while celebrating 100 days of school.

100th Day Fitness Challenge

Encourage your kindergarteners to complete physical activities that involve counting to 100. For example, they can do 100 jumping jacks or run 100 laps around the playground.

More 100th Day Supplies

Overall, the 100th day of Kindergarten is a great opportunity to celebrate your students achievements and reinforce their academic skills. By incorporating fun and educational activities centered around the number 100, you can make this day a memorable and meaningful experience for your little learners.

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