Digital Fun for the 100th Day of School
The 100th day of School has always been a favorite, but this year it might be fun to add in some Digital 100th Day Activities.
Of course, you can still use paper and pencil activities in conjunction with these digital ones. Either way, your students will have a blast celebrating 100 days of learning!
100th Day of School Missions
This file includes six fun learning missions for the 100th Day of School. Some missions involve math skills and others involve writing. Several encourage creative thinking.
The 100th Day of School Missions include:
- Mystery Picture with a 100’s Chart
- Creative Writing about What It Might Be Like to be 100
- Roll and Race to 100 (adding two dice and filling in numbers on a 100’s chart)
- Doing 100 Exercises
- Reflecting on the First 100 Days of School
- Answering Various Questions about Being 100 (I could, But I could not…, I would eat, But I would not eat…)
Each of these fun learning missions is housed on a Google Slides document, so you’ll need internet access and a Google account for students to play them.
Other Digital Components of the Missions
Because this packet features a fun Dalmatian theme, there’s a slide at the beginning of the packet where students add a spot to the Dalmatian each time they complete one of the missions.
Students also earn a digital certificate when they successfully complete all 6 missions!
Paper Activities for the 100th Day of School
Want more than just digital 100th Day Activities? I also have a paper packet that includes 100th Day stations children can rotate through. It includes the paper version of many of the activities in the Google Slides….plus some extra printables, coloring pages, and activities.
Ready to try these Digital 100th Day Activities with your students? Click below to check them out!
Want to add the paper packet with your digital activities? Click the picture below.
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