The 100th day of school might not be an official holiday, but it holds a place of significance in many schools. It is a time to celebrate the milestone of successfully completing 100 days of learning. The number 100 is featured heavily in the following activities.
Find 100 items to place on a shirt or poster board
Complete a 100-piece puzzle
Dance it out for 100 seconds to your favorite song. Or, try this song:
Count how many times, in 100 seconds, you can:
Hop on one foot
Jump up and down
Write your name
Touch your toes
Do 100 steps up and down the hall
List 100 reasons to live in your town or attend your school
Answer: What will 100 ounces of liquid fill up: a pint, a quart, or more?
Line up 100 dominos and then make them fall
Do 100 spins on a game spinner. What is your highest and lowest scores?
What can you build with 100 Legos?
Do a “close to 100” math game: What numbers can you add up to get close to 100 using 2s, 3s and so on.
Dress up like a 100-year-old
List: I wish I had 100 __________________
List: I do NOT want 100 _________________
Have a 100 item scavenger hunt
Figure out how to reach $100 using different combinations of money
Make a list of 100 new words to learn
Donate 100 of something to charity: can goods, socks, hygiene items, etc.
See how much your name is worth if every letter is a dollar amount: A = $1, B = $2, C = $3 … Z = $26
How about your parent’s names? Who do you know that is closest to 100?
Complete 100 acts of kindness
Find cities that are 100 miles north, east, west, and south of your city
See if you can sit perfectly still for 100 seconds
Calculate what year it would be when you turn 100
Locate buildings that are taller than 100 stories
Make a list of your favorite 100 books
List what you can do now that you could not do 100 days ago
Make a list of what didn’t exist 100 years ago
Create a cookbook with 100 recipes
Find a recipe and calculate how to make it feed 100 people
List 100 important people
Flip a coin 100 times and tally which it landed on more, heads or tails
Using a grocery store advertisement see what you can buy for exactly $100
Create a timeline of your life that lists 100 events, starting with your earliest memory
Make a list and illustrate a list of 100 things you would like to accomplish in your lifetime
What are 100 places you would like to visit?
List 100 ways to spend or donate $100
Make a list of 100 items you spend money on
Write a story set 100 days or months from now
Make a list of 100 endangered species
Make a list of 100 inventions that have changed the world
Try to solve a crossword, word search, or Sudoku in 100 minutes
List 100 ways to improve your school or city
Make a list of 100-calorie healthy snacks
Count to 100 in another language
Count how long it takes to blow up 100 balloons, and how long it takes to pop 100 balloons
Make a list of 100 kind words
Make a list of places you could find 100 people together
Write a 100-word story
Roll dice 100 times and graph which numbers come up the most and which the least
Write about what you think music will look like in 100 years