These 100 Day puzzles are a quick, easy and fun way to help students count and sequence numbers 1-10, count backwards from 10 to 1, as well as skip count by 10s to 100.
Here's a quick, easy and fun 100 Day "print & go" activity that your kiddos are sure to enjoy. Children can do this independently during your 100 Day celebration, or as a whole group, read the simple sentences, students then take a moment to complete the task. You can also send this home a few days prior, to be completed and then returned on 100 Day.
Practice skip counting by 10s with these quilt block bookmarks. I've included a blank template, where students write in the numbers, as well as one with the skip counted numbers filled in, in both black line and full color.
If you celebrate 100 Day in February, you may want to include some conversation candy hearts in your activities. I have all sorts of candy heart packets and made this one especially for 100 Day.
The Dollar Word packet covers addition, critical thinking, strategy, cooperative learning, counting, and parts of speech. It's a great Daily-5 word work activity, as well as perfect for your 100-Day celebration.
If you're looking for a fun way to count up to 100 Day and cover a few more standards along the way, I think you'll enjoy this shape train.
For a simple and quick game or center activity for your 100th day of school, try "Dots and Boxes." I designed a grid, that when completed, will reveal 100 boxes.
Ever wonder what comes after a trillion? Here's an anchor chart designed with a 100-Day theme to help you out. I've included links for some interesting computer work too.
Create a lovely rainbow 100 with this great fine motor craft. Ripping and tearing paper helps strengthen little fingers and hands. You can also have them arrange their scraps in a color pattern. Completed projects make a wonderful 100-Day bulletin board.