As an elementary teacher, when you reach that 100th Day of School, you may be thinking about it being the halfway point in the year, as well as a good time to reevaluate and set new goals for the remainder of the classroom days with your current students.
But reaching that halfway point - also deserves a celebration!
Often students will be asked to bring 100 of something, complete a scavenger hunt, make shirts, or otherwise to commemorate the event - but because we at VariQuest want you to have endless options in your toolbox, we've come up with a few more ideas - and we'd like to share them with you.
In the spirit of of engaging classroom activities through milestone celebrations, we've partnered with Cathy Henry, educator and founder of The Curriculum Corner and Free Word Work, to create this 100th Day lesson plan activity booklet for elementary teachers to give you even more ideas for honoring this annual tradition in your classroom - and incorporating learning in the process!
In this book, you will find math and reading activities, worksheets, and movement-incorporating ideas to work on number sense skills and have some fun celebrating the 100th day of school! You'll also find extension ideas for playing bingo, building a photo booth, holding an award ceremony, building math centers and more - all featuring...you guessed it...the number 100!
Download this free lesson plan activity booklet, 100s Day Lesson for Elementary Teachers, containing:
- Reading Analysis Activities
- Movement Activities
- Printable 100s charts and worksheets
- Printable 100s Day classroom decorations/displays
- And more!
Want more lesson plan content for the winter and spring months? Check out this blog with more holiday activities!
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