Activities for the 100th Day of School

I haven't been able to get a post up in a while now.  Between my 3 kids, and my oldest doing virtual Kindergarten this year, we have been busy!  We are loving this school year tho!  We are nearing his 100th day of school, so I had to hop on here and share a few activities that I love and hope you will too!

First up is an easy to prep craft that incorporates writing practice.  Children color an old man or lady and write to the prompt, When I Am 100 or Before I Am 100.  There are 10 different full sized writing options and there are also writing pages that are shaped to fit directly behind the old man or lady's body. 

I love this craft because it is so easy to prep!  Once printed, students simply color and then complete the writing.  After assembling the pieces by stapling or gluing, the last step is to hang to make a beautiful display for hallways, bulletin boards or a classroom door.

I know this has been an unusual year for students, teachers, parents, etc.  I really believe in being time efficient.  I love being able to help teachers save time so that they can have engaging and meaningful lessons, but also not be up all hours of the night planning.  Hopefully, my ideas can save you time so that you can leave work and go home and enjoy the rest of your evening.  This color by code packet for the 100th day reviews the following skills:
*Counting by 5s
*Counting by 10s
*Numbers in the tens place
*Numbers in the ones place
*Fractions (1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 3/4)
*Time to the hour and half hour
Talk about easy to prep!  These sheets just require printing.  Although they are worksheets, they are so much fun!  My son loves color by code activities.  There are so many different ways these sheets can be used.  They can be used on the actual 100th day or they can be used during the week prior.  The sheets can be used in whole group, small group, centers, stations, morning work, the list goes on and on.  You can read more about these here.
I hope these activities are useful to you and your class or your children at home.  I hope they are a fun learning tool that helps save you time and energy!

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