The 100th day of school is an important and exciting milestone for every child. As they begin their scholastic journey, one hundred days is a very big deal. Celebrate accordingly with these fun craft ideas!
Palette of 100 Colors
It's hard to name or even imagine 100 colors at this age, but it's easier than you might think to gently mix and come up with 100 different shades of colors. Your child will be amazed at what they can create with the smallest of changes!
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Self Portraits at 100 Years Old
Going from a hundred days to a hundred years, this is a great art project to stretch children's' imaginations. It will get them thinking about what they might look like at the age of one hundred in a fun and playful way.
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Cupcakes Numbered 1-100
For a larger group, this is a wonderful way to represent the big number. Just don't let one person eat all one hundred!
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Wearable Add-On Jar
This is an adorable way to create wearable art. This add-on jar can be filled with a hundred of almost anything, but we really love the idea of filling it with a hundred hearts. There's more than enough love to go around!
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While the song may say "99 Red Balloons", ninety-nine just isn't enough for this occasion! This class from The First Grade Parade released one hundred balloons, each tagged with a message and email address asking the person who found the balloon to email back letting the class know where and when the balloon was found.
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100th Day Board
This simple and fun 100th Day Board was created by the school so all students could run through to celebrate.
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This colorful caterpillar was made out of 100 pom poms. An adorable idea that any child will love!
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Collections of 100
In this kindergarten class, each student got to collect one hundred of the item of their choice, and their collections were then mounted outside the classroom to help show the other students what the big number really looks like!
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This idea is extremely simple, but the final product looks awesome! All you need is some colorful dye and raw pasta.
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These adorable and colorful 100 shaped cookies were made by a kindergarten teacher for her class.
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"100" Cupcake Toppers
These scrumptious cupcake toppers will transform a simple cupcake into a celebration, and remind everyone just how special the 100th day of school really is!
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We love this idea for a beautiful garden filled with one hundred paper flowers nestled behind a popsicle stick picket fence.
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The Gumball Machine filled with 100 Gumballs is a 100th Day of School favorite. Children get to use those fine motor skills to place and paste the gumballs, so this project not only creates an impressive display that your child is sure to be proud of, but is also developmentally beneficial!
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Gumdrop Picture Frame
This colorful gumdrop frame features one hundred gumdrops and is a great age-appropriate project for kids and the perfect reminder for your child to keep in their room long after the 100th day passes.
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This craft is an amazing way to incorporate many children into the 100th day celebration. Plus, it really has that (literal) personal touch!
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100 Melted Crayons
This beautiful display of melted crayon art features one hundred crayons, fifty on top and on bottom.
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Finally a good use for all that spare change! Use one hundred old pennis for this cute copper-covered initial idea.
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"100"-Shaped Rice Krispie Treat
What child doesn't love rice krispie treats? This idea is sure to be a hit in the classroom. Easy to mold and shape into the number, this classic rice krispie treat can easily be made by your child and enjoyed by all the kids in the class.
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100 Tallies T-Shirt
This home-made t-shirt is such a creative way to celebrate the big day!
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