Fun Ways to Celebrate the 100th Day of School

For some of you, the 100th day may have come and gone. Others of you {if you’ve had a lot of snow or you homeschool by a different schedule}, may be coming up on it rather soon. Either way, I’d love to share a few fun ways to celebrate the 100th day of school with our kids.


Living Montessori shares TONS of printable activities you can do with the hundreds chart.

100th Day Activities - Free Printable Extensions for the Hundred Board



For those younger elementary students learning about the patterns and order of numbers 1-100, this sticker chart, shared by Coffee Cups and Crayons looks so fun!

Big Sticky Hundreds Chart! Fun math practice for both preschoolers and big kids!


KC Edventures with Kids shares an amazing post on items you can use to ask kids to count to 100!

Math Activity for Kids - Count to 100 Ideas



B-Inspired Mama shares 100 FREE Printables to Celebrate the 100th Day of School.

100 Free 100th Day of School Printables at B-Inspired Mama


The Educators’ Spin on It shares an idea for younger kids with learning to count to 100, but the idea is PERFECT for those children, even in the older grades {like I did}, who struggle to grasp the patterns and numbers from 1-100.


This Reading Mama {that’s me} shares a list of 10 great books you can read aloud for the 100th day of school.

10 Read Alouds for the 100th Day of School | This Reading Mama

You can also follow more ideas as we finish up our 100th Day of School Blog Hop! Click on the image below or HERE to see all the ideas included!



Now it’s your turn! We would love to have you link up your School-Age Post (Ages 5 and up) about your learning week after school time including Crafts, Activities, Playtime and Adventures that you are doing to enrich your children’s lives after their day at school, homeschool or on the weekend!

When linking up, please take a moment to comment on at least one post linked up before yours and grab our after school button to include a link on your post or site! By linking up you’re giving permission for us to share on our After School Pinterest Board or Feature on our After School Party next week! Don’t forget to follow along and join our After School Enrichment Community.

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The Educators’ Spin On It
Afterschool for Smarty Pants
Boy Mama Teacher Mama
Coffee Cups and Crayons
Little Wonders’ Days
Mama Smiles
Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational
The Measured Mom
This Reading Mama
What Do We Do All Day

Link up your After School Activities, Crafts and Adventures for ELEMENTARY-AGED CHILDREN ONLY please! We’d love to see them!


  1. I love that sticky chart from Coffee Cups and Crayons!

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