A short, printable book about the 100th Day of School for early readers. It has pages for the student to cut out, short phrases to write and answer, and pictures to draw.

**Make a Necklace with 100 Cheerios**

Have each student count out 100 Cheerios (or other doughnut-shaped cereal) and string them onto a short length of yarn or string.

**Make a Paper Clip Chain with 100 Paper Clips**

Have each student count out 100 paper clips and hook them together to make a chain. Compare a chain that is 100 clips long to one that is only 10 clips long, 20 clips long, and other lengths.

**Simple Math with 100 Small Items**

Have each student bring 100 small items from home in a ziplock bag (pennies, dried beans, paper clips, buttons, pebbles, etc. - avoid edibles like jelly beans or m&m's, because they'll probably be eaten before the math activity is completed). In class you can investigate how 100 items look, how you can divide them into 10 groups of 10, 5 groups of 20, 4 groups of 25, or 2 groups of 50.

Number Line to 100Label Me! PrintoutLabel the missing numbers in the three number lines.

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**Name 100 Animals**

Can you name 100 animals? Write down each of the animal's names.

**Name and Locate 100 Countries**

Can you name 100 countries? Write down each of the country names, determine which continent it's on, and locate each country on a map or globe.

**Be Quiet for 100 Seconds**

See it you can do it!

**Write Your Name for 100 Seconds**

See how many times you can write your name in 100 seconds.

If I Had A Hundred Dollars(Essay Topic)Write a page on what you'd do if you had one hundred dollars.

**Collect Cans for Charity**

Collect 100 cans of food to donate to a charity.

How Many Words Can You FindSee how many words you make using the letters in "One Hundred Days."

**100 Years Ago**

Investigate what life was like 100 years ago. Calculate what year it was then. Then read and talk about the clothing that was worn then, who was President (or Prime Minister, King, or Queen), what inventions weren't around then (computers, TV, VCR's, rollerblades, video games, rockets, microwaves), how many states were in the USA at that time (and what the US flag looked like then - it had a different number of stars), and other startling differences between now and then. Have the students figure out which of their relatives were alive then, and which weren't.

100th Day of School Spelling Word QuestionsUse the list of One Hundredth Day of School spelling words to answer simple questions. Words: first, one, hundred, days, school, count, numbers, add, zero, sum. Or go to the answers.One Hundred Days of School:Add, then Decode the Secret Message

Solve the math problems, then use the alphabet code to decode the secret message, "One hundred." Or go to the answers.One Hundred: Illustrated Acrostic Poem

Draw one hundred items (pick any item you like), then write an acrostic poem about them. Start each line of your poem with the letter on that line. Or go to a pdf of the poem.

This worksheet on elementary math lets the student do an in-depth examination of the number 100. The student writes the number in words, determines if it is even or odd, adds and subtracts one, two, ten, etc., draws it in coins, draws it in everyday objects, writes it in Roman numerals, halves it, doubles it, puts it on a number line, etc. Or go to the answers. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet plus the answers (subscribers only).Write the Numbers from 1 to 100

A printout on which the student writes the numbers from one to one hundred in a square matrix.Write the Numbers from 2 to 99

A printout on which the student writes the numbers from two to ninety-nine in a square matrix (given the cues 1 and 100).Write the Numbers from 1 to 100

A printout on which the student writes the numbers from one to one hundred in a square matrix (given the tens as cues).The Numbers from 1 to 100

A printout with the numbers from one to one hundred in a square matrix.Write the Numbers from 101 to 200

A printout on which the student writes the numbers from 101 to 200 in a square matrix (given the cues 101 and 200).Write the Numbers from 101 to 200

A printout on which the student writes the numbers from 101 to 200 in a square matrix (given multiples of ten as cues).Write the Numbers from 101 to 200

A printout on which the student writes the numbers from 101 to 200 in a square matrix (with random cues).Write the Numbers

Write the numbers (in English) from one to forty. Or go to the answers.Write the Numbers

Write the numbers (in English) from forty-one to eighty. Or go to the answers.Write the Numbers

Write the numbers (in English) from eighty-one to one hundred. Or go to the answers.Write the Numbers

Write the numbers (in English) from one to forty. Or go to the answers.Write the Numbers

Write the numbers (in English) from forty-one to eighty. Or go to the answers.Write the Numbers

Write the numbers (in English) from eighty-one to one hundred. Or go to the answers.Skip Counting Worksheet (with hints)

Skip count to 100 by 2, 4, 5, 10, 20, and 25. Go to the answers.Skip Counting Worksheet

Skip count to 100 by 2, 4, 5, 10, 20, and 25. Go to the answers.Skip Counting Worksheet (with hints)

Skip count to approximately 100 by 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, and 12. Go to the answers.Skip Counting Worksheet

Skip count to approximately 100 by 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, and 12. Go to the answers.