Create the 100 Day Printed Potato Patterns craft to mark the one hundredth day of school. This simple-to-make craft is perfect for children of all ages, especially young children! Using only paint, potatoes, and paper, this craft is short on supplies, but big on fun! Once complete, children will have a whole new love for potatoes.
Help kids celebrate their 100th day of school with this simple worksheet that gets them to think about the number 100 and how it relates to things in their life.
Want one hundred new friends instantly? Craft the Count to 100 Friendship Beans in a Bag and you will never be lonely again. This easy to make craft allows children to decorate dried beans to look like little people. Once complete, they can also make an adorable fabric drawstring bag to store their new friends in. This is the perfect craft for the one hundredth day of school or for children practicing counting to one hundred.
Help kids celebrate their 100th day of school with this shapes graphing worksheet. Count the shapes and fill out the graph.
Gather children, colored cardstock, string, and some markers, and you will be all set to make Sand Dollar Hundreds Necklaces. Ideal for young children, this craft will make the hundredth day of school memorable. Once complete, these colorful sand dollars are sure to brighten any outfit!
Children can practice counting to one hundred as they count out the one hundred corn kernels they need to create the Corny Fun with 100 craft. This easy-to-make craft is great for children of all ages, especially children just learning to count. Crafted from dried corn kernels, cardstock, and glue, this craft is certainly one to hang on the refrigerator!
Check out our collection of worksheets to celebrate the 100th day of school for young students.
Color the medal and write something you've learned in the first 100 days of school.
Do you have puzzles in your closet that you have already completed and do not know what to do with them? Grab a one hundred piece puzzle and craft the 100 Piece Puzzle Picture Frame! This simple craft uses cardboard, glue and a puzzle to make an adorable picture frame that will allow you to celebrate the one hundredth day of school for years to come!