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December 14, 2012

50 Things to Count on the 100th Day of School

Written By: Brandi Jordan
X 50 Things to Count on the 100th Day of School

50 Things to Count on the 100th Day of School

Are you getting ready to count out 100 items for the 100th Day of School?  Check out these 50 easy and inexpensive counters.  Some are perfect for individual counting and some work better when you are counting as a class.  What is your favorite thing to count on the 100th Day?  Share with us below!

50 Things to Count on the 100th Day of School

  1. Cotton balls
  2. Books
  3. Alphabet noodles
  4. Pipe cleaners
  5. Pennies
  6. Wooden craft sticks
  7. Lollipops
  8. Smarties candies
  9. Buttons
  10. Balloons
  11. Beads
  12. Pencils
  13. Stickers
  14. Balls
  15. Candy hearts
  16. Clothespins
  17. Jumping jacks
  18. Wiggle eyes
  19. M&Ms
  20. Hats
  21. Fingers (use gloves!)
  22. Toy cars
  23. Pretzel sticks
  24. Jelly beans
  25. 100 inches
  26. 100 centimeters
  27. Spelling words
  28. Beans
  29. Macaroni
  30. Shoes
  31. Lights (use a string of holiday lights)
  32. Feet (have students trace their shoes)
  33. Bobby pins
  34. Paper clips
  35. Rubber bands
  36. Pens
  37. Markers
  38. Crayons
  39. Paint brushes
  40. Plastic cups (use the small bathroom size cups)
  41. Rocks
  42. Glass beads (find them in the floral aisle of the dollar or craft store)
  43. Magnetic letters
  44. Paper punch cutouts
  45. Cookies
  46. Paper loops/chain
  47. Tickets
  48. Erasers
  49. People
  50. Stamps

 

What do your students count on the 100th Day of School?

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