Hide 100 kisses in the classroom for the kids to find. On the bottom of each kiss, I write a number from 1 - 100. After the assigned number of kisses have been found by each kid, I'll call them up one at a time and let them add their numbered kisses to the hundred's chart.
A cool idea: Throughout the day I drew out a name and that student got to pick a balloon for us to pop. Inside each balloon was a different 100 activity for us to complete. Some examples of things we did are... 100 jumping jacks, draw 100 shapes, count by 2's to 100, do 100 sit-ups, touch our nose 100 times, clap our hands 100 times, blink our eyes 100 times, etc.
100 Is A Magic Number~100th Day Of School Unit. This cross-curricular unit is full of ideas, activities, projects & printables to help you celebrate the 100th day. You will find ways to commemorate the 100th day during mathematics, reading, writing, social studies & science as well as art and brain break ideas. Whether you devote the entire day to celebrating 100 days in school or just pick and choose activities to enhance your curriculum, everyone will agree that 100 is a magic number!