Are you looking for 100 Days of school ideas for kindergarten or first grade? Then you are in the right place because I have 15 free printables to help you host your own 100th day celebration.
The 100th day of school typically falls between mid-January and Valentines and is a fun way to celebrate for elementary-aged kids. Especially for Kindergarten and first grade!
Celebrate the halfway mark in the school year with a fun day of activities with costumes, special shirts, fun math games, counting activities, fun activities, and crafts for the whole class to enjoy the entire day!
Roll to 100 Dice Game
One thing I love to do with my kids is play games. I love that games teach kids new skills while having fun. My printable today for #totallyfreeprintables is a roll to 100 dice game that teaches math skills and counting, along with practicing fine motor skills.
Roll to 100 Tally Game
Print the tally mark worksheet, one copy for each child. Begin by rolling a die and making tally marks to total 100. Give each child a copy of the printable game sheet, a die, and a pencil. Children toss the dice and draw that many tally marks on their worksheet.
There are prompts predrawn on the page to guide them in drawing four vertical lines and one horizontal line (or slanted line) to complete a bundle of 5.
How to play Roll to 100 Dice Game:
- Roll the dice (or individual die).
- Add tally marks for the number you rolled.
- The first player to reach 100 wins!
Different Variations Of This Roll To 100 Game:
- Guess how many rolls it will take to get to 100. Write that number at the top of your paper. Compare that number to how many rolls it actually takes! See who guessed the closest.
- Play with a partner and take turns rolling the dice. The first player who gets past 100 is the winner!
- Like before, play with a partner. Use a 100s Chart. Each player colors in the amount that they rolled, each player with a different color. First to reach 100 wins!
More Fun Ideas and 100th Day Activities
- Dress as if you were 100 years old
- Have children bring a collection of 100 small items. This could be googly eyes, paper clips, pipe cleaners,
- Work on a 100 piece puzzle
- Fill out a hundreds chart – a great opportunity for even more fun math games
- 100 Days Of School With 100 items – make this special day a big deal with their own 100 days of school shirt. They could put their collections of 100 items on it!
- Stack 100 plastic cups into a tower
- More printable activities (I will link to some of my favorites here).
13 MORE 100 DAY OF SCHOOL FREE PRINTABLES
It’s our #totallyfreeprintable time again – where a bunch of creative bloggers team up to share amazing printables with you each month. This month we have 100th day of school printables for you!
Please click each link to head to the site and blog post that contains the FREE printable file. Each blog is slightly different with how to access the files, but I can assure you that all of these designers offer quality printable designs! You’ll definitely want to follow them!
- 100 Days Dice Tally Game by Brooklyn Berry Designs
- Hello Creative Family’s 100 Days Activities Challenge
- 100 Days Coloring Pages by Happiness Is Homemade
- Crafting In The Rain’s 100 Days of School Monsters
- 100 Days Glasses by Everyday Party Magazine
- Crack the Code by Kara Creates
- 100 Doodle Things to Color by 100 Directions
- Hey Lets Make Stuff’s 100 Days Certificate
- 100 Days Treat Bag Toppers by Thats What Che Said
- 100 Things Journal Page by Mad In Crafts
- Artsy Fartsy Mama’s 100 Days Bookmarks
- 100 days Eye Spy by Liz On Call
- Persia Loud’s 100 Days Color By Number
- 100 Days Balloon Free Printable by Tried an True Blog
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