It’s almost the 100th day of school! How will your child celebrate? Here are a few 100th Day of School Activities for kids to help celebrate this epic milestone.
Hundredth day shenanigans… get off my lawn! Dress the part of the centennial with a comb-over skull-cap or white wig, graying mustaches and eyebrows, and spectacles! Practice fun ‘old people’ sayings and actions with your child for a little added fun. Pinterest is a great place to find more Hundredth day ideas than you can shake your cane at!
Count It Out!
How much is 100? Let’s count the ways. Make 100 googly-eyed monster on a t-shirt. “Grow” a 100 button tree on a poster board. Print out Wally’s gumball machine printable and 100th day Glasses cutout printable (click the images to print) to fill with 100 dots, confetti or cereal pieces. Then wear or display his or her creation throughout the day.
Up, up and away! It’s the hundredth day! Making it this far in the school year is an amazing accomplishment for any kiddo. Show them that they are Hundredth Day Heroes by allowing them to dress the part! From licensed costumes such as Batman and Superman, to coming up with their own superhero with mix-and-match capes, masks, and even tutus, celebrate how amazing 100 days of education truly is!
Add celebrating 100th tableware such plates, napkins, and cups to snack time and 100 themed wearables such as sunglasses to show how bright the future will be. There are so many ways to celebrate the Hundredth Day of School. Happy 100th!