When the 100th day of school arrives, it's time to celebrate those first 100 days of learning with an assortment of six activities/games that your students will love. You can plan a fun-filled day of learning around these activities that your students will never forget. Start the day with a terrific writing prompt: "If I had $100..." There are two versions of this prompt response sheet depending on the ability of your students. Students will love the coin toss and dice roll activities. The jellybean estimation center will keep them guessing all day long while the dollar word search activity will challenge their math & spelling skills at the same time. Finish off the day with a lollipop lick estimation challenge as a treat for you and your students. I also included a 100 chart in three formats (.jpg, .pdf, and .doc) that you can use in many ways. To make it easier on you I have also included a complete and thorough set of directions to help you implement the activities in this set.
Copyright 2012 John Blake. The purchasing teacher has permission to use the materials in the 100th Day of School Activities set with his/her students only. You may not forward, copy, or otherwise transfer these materials to other individuals; these materials may not be stored on a network or shared drive for other teachers to use.