100th Day of School. However, for younger children, I would use separate pieces of paper and have children put the color dot in little circles....maybe 5 to begin with.....depends on the development level of the child.
Next, when we need to restore a little peace and quiet, we'll end the day with a search and color activity. There are 50 shapes inside the number 50. First, the kids color in the shapes according to a color chart (hearts are red, etc.) then they count and record the number of each shape that they've found.
Here is an example of a student's 100th day of school necklace. It is made out of fruit loops. Students were encouraged to make patterns with the colors, as well as, make sections of 10 by using the dividers to separate the groups.