We have the 100th Day of School celebration coming up at school soon. I thought I would make the primary teachers in my school a fun 100th Day School printable that they could work on as part of the celebration. The printable features 100 small school themed objects displayed on the numbers that make up 100.
What are the objects on the 100th Day of School printable?
- tape dispenser
- glue stick
How to Explore 100 With the 100th Day of School Printable
While you could simply have your children use the 100th Day of School Printable as a coloring page, there are several other ways that they could use it to explore 100. Let me share with you some of the ideas I came up with.
Counting Each Object
You can have your children count how many of each of the objects appear on the printable. They can start by drawing their own picture of each object. Then they place a tally mark beside each of the pictures for each time that find that picture in the 100.
Coloring the Objects
Children may need color pencils to color in each of the pictures. (I found a set of thick colored pencils young children can use. They are called Crayola 8ct Write Start Colored Pencils.)
Adding the Objects
Younger children can count up how many objects are in each of the numbers. Older children could count up the number of object in each number and then create a three digit addition fact with those number. Then they can add up the three numbers.
Here are some more wonderful 100th Day of School activities and crafts