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5 Really Good Ways to Get to 100

100 Things I Learned Journals

Although school may have already started, it is not too late to introduce a countdown (or  up!) to the 100th day of school.  While commonly done in elementary school, the practice of counting to the 100th day seems to fall off in middle school.  This year, no matter what grade you teach, use the power of 100 to help reinforce basic number skills with your students.  The Really Good Stuff 100th day products below were designed by teachers with students of all ages in mind.

 

100 Things I Learned Spiral Journals

Combine journaling with math for the perfect 100th Day countdown activity.

 

Growing Our Way to 100 Poster and Magnets Kit

Plant the seeds of knowledge with this durable and reusable poster and magnet kit.

 

Popping Our Way to 100 Days Poster and Magnet Set

My 100th Day Collection Plastic Bags

Why wait until the 100th day to have students start counting and gathering 100 things?  Start the beginning of the year by handing out one plastic bag to each child and adding an object every day.  Students will delight in seeing their collections grow!

 

Popping Our Way to 100 Days  Poster and Stickers Kit

 

This poster and sticker set carries the popcorn theme throughout the first 100 days of school.  Culminate the count to 100 with an inexpensive (but delicious!) popcorn party.

Laughing Our Way to 100th Day

Kids love riddles and this poster gives you 100 different ways to tickle their funny bone.  Laughter is a great way to reduce stress, so take advantage of the power it has and make your students giggle.

What are some of your favorite ways to count to the 100th Day of School with your students?  Share your ideas with us!


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Gloria Wilson
Gloria Wilson

I really liked the Laughing your way to 100 idea.

Regina Giles
Regina Giles

I love the idea of the 100 Things I Learned notebook!