- One of my favorite things to do was start off the day with a 100th day breakfast. I got this idea from a kindergarten teacher I worked with, so thanks Mrs. Bilbee! On a plate, each student would get a pretzel stick, a chocolate covered donut, and a white powder donut. The donuts were just donut holes or the smaller ones with holes in the middle! Students were so excited to eat their breakfast 100!
- Another of my favorites was to make 100th day headbands. Last year, I kept it simple, using the Di-Cut machine to cut out the numbers for 100. Simple and easy, but they were a big HIT!
- Like many other bloggers, I have students bring in 100 small items from home. This is a great way to make a school to home connection, counting the item out at home and bringing them to school to share!
Now here are three of my favorite finds from blogland and Pinterest!
100 Year Old Portrait from Jenn at Finally in First! My students made these last year and they were a favorite for me, my students, and other staff!
This Hunting for Kisses chart comes from Shannon at Kindergarten Hoppenings. I did this activity in my classroom as well, though my chart wasn't cutified like this one! Number Hershey Kisses (a permanent marker works on the foil) and hide them around the room. Students go on a hunt to find them and match them to the chart. For more controlled chaos, take Shannon's lead and tell them a specific number of Kisses to find, put in a baggy, and then place on the chart!
- One last idea I found comes Mrs. Rojas at Create*Teach*Share. She made individual baggies of 100 Legos for each student. They each made their own creation out of Legos. Take a picture and you have a great addition to the end of the year scrapbook!
And that covers it! Some of my 100th day faves. I hope you have a happy 100th day. Be sure to link up with Teaching Blog Addict with your great finds!