Are you looking for something for your upper elementary students to do on the 100th Day of School? The 100th Day of School is a big celebration in many elementary schools, but it doesn’t have to be just for primary grades! These 100th Day activities are not only fun, but practice grade level standards. Enough activities are included to fill up the entire 100th Day with learning and fun!
100th Day Learning Centers
Set up the entire day with learning center activities for a whole day celebration. Divide students into six groups. Give each group a starting activity. Set the timer. Have students to work on their current center until time is up. Rotate to the next center. Continue until all centers are complete. Many of the centers include materials for various ability levels, so use the materials appropriate for your students and grade level.
If you don’t have time for an entire day of activities, pick and choose activities. Use throughout the 100th Day as time-fillers or early finisher activities. Spend the first or last hour of the school day celebrating.
100th Day Math Activities
These 100th Day math activities will keep your students busy for some time! Several skill pages are included, so choose to complete the activities your students need. Practice multiplying by hundreds, subtracting from hundreds, addition/ subtraction with money, addition number sentences, and more.
This activity incorporates art and math. Students will create a mosaic using 100 squares. Then they will answer fraction questions related to their artwork. This makes a great student work display or bulletin board when complete!
100th Day Words
Practice language skills with these 100 letters and words activities. Identify 100 verbs, adjectives, or nouns. Create sentences and words with fun activities. Use context clues to match words to their definitions.
100th Day Writing Activities
These writing activities are perfect to use on the 100th Day of School. The descriptive writing prompt and writing paper asks students to think about what they want to accomplish before they are one hundred. Other writing activities also relate to the number 100.
1ooth Day Social Studies
Geography and history activities around the number 100 make for great social studies activities on the 100th Day. Research life 100 years ago using the graphic organizer. Compare life now to the past and the future. Create a list of 100 cities.
100 Seconds Challenges
These 100 second challenges are sure to be a big hit with your students! Students work with a partner to complete various challenges within 100 seconds. Record your results. When the entire class has completed the challenges, gather data and graph results. All directions are included and require limited materials.
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Have a great 100th Day celebration!