Last updated on February 1st, 2023 at 02:48 am

ideas for 100 days of school free activities for kids

The 100th day of school is a huge accomplishment and one to celebrate! It literally is the day celebrating the 100th day of school. It means kids are 100 days smarter!

Children love to celebrate this day! A common way to celebrate is dressing up as “old people,” as my kids like to put it. Bring out the canes, the ties, the long skirts, and the baby powder (you know, for gray hair). Even take it a step further and draw some fake wrinkles with an eyeliner pencil. It’s fun to pretend you’re old!

So, maybe you’re looking for more ways to celebrate the 100th day of school without dressing the part? Try our 5 “100 days of school” activities. They are free and all simple to print right from your home printer.

These 100th Day of School activities include everything you need in order to have a day of fun and learning! They are also great activities for teachers to print out for their students.

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Need some craft supplies?

Amazon has always been my go-to for most of my office and craft supplies. If you print a lot of printables and spend  time coloring, gluing and adding some extra jazz to them, our list of supplies can help!

I’ve split the list up into a basic list and a fancier list if you’re going to put a little more pizazz into your printables.

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Have your kiddos' teacher/teachers write a personalized message in this book at the end of each school year. Give it to your kid(s) when they graduate high school.