School 100 day project ideas

School 100 day project ideas DEFAULT

Our favorite school project has to be the 100th Day of School Shirt.  It has been called 100 days of school shirt or “wow, we survived this long?” {giggle}.

I realize that this takes on a WHOLE NEW meaning in 2021.  

We should be celebrating this more than ever!  So, while some of these 100 school days shirts are presented as “in-person” and group ideas, think about the fun of making a day special at home as well if that is your situation.

100th Day of School Shirt Ideas for Kids - six examples shown like I survived 100 days shirt with bandaids 100 days brighter, 100 eyeballs and gumball shirt

If you have a kindergartener or 1st grader, you have probably heard of the 100th Day of School project. Our school asks students to wear 100 things on this day — they even have a parade!

I searched for the best 100 Days of School Shirt Ideas to share with you for inspiration! We’d love to see your kids’ 100 Days of School Shirts — feel free to share them in the comments or over on our Facebook page! <–many of these ideas were because YOU posted on Quirky Momma.

Can’t wait to see your fun ideas!

100 Days of School Shirt Ideas

Glue 100 hearts onto a shirt for “100 Days and I’m loving it!” via The First Grade Parade.

Paint balloons for an “Up, up, and Away” 100th Day of School Shirt via One Artsy Mama.

This Star Wars 100 Days of School shirt is so fun! via Pinterest.

You can easily customize this sports ball shirt with the sport your child loves via Darice.

You could use fabric paint or star stickers for this 100 Days Brighter shirt via Glued to My Crafts Blog.

Use pom-poms to make this gumball shirt! So cute! via Pinterest.

Glue feathers to a shirt for a “100 Days Just Flew By!” shirt! via Kelly and Kim’s Kreations.

I adore this flower shirt with 100 sunflower seeds! via One Artsy Mama.

100th Day of School Shirts for Kids to Make - 100 days flew by, If you mustache I am 100 days, I've bugged my teacher for 100 days, 100 days you look how much I grow

More 100 Days of School Shirt Ideas

Here’s another fun pom-pom idea, this time for a Ninja Turtles shirt via Pinterest.

Time Flies…” in this frog shirt with 100 flies! via Pinterest.

Make a 100th Day of School Monster with this simple idea via Simply Modern Mom.

I just love how she sewed felt hearts together for this 100th Day of School Valentines shirt via Simply Modern Mom.

HA! This Mustache 100 Days Shirt is genius! via Pinterest.

A Bug-Themed 100th Day of School Shirt that is creepy crawly! via Pinterest.

Use different colored band-aids for a “I Survived 100 Days of School” shirt! via Pinterest.

100th Day of School Shirt Ideas - 100 days brighter, eyeballs, 100 balls, Up up and away its the 100th day

What is the 100th Day of School?

Many elementary (and some middle) schools ask students to celebrate the 100th day they have attended school each year by wearing a shirt or costume with 100 items attached.

This is a fun project for students and parents to do together.

In 2021, many kids will be celebrating the 100th day of school from home with virtual lessons and bringing some celebration “normalcy” could be really uplifting.

When is the 100th Day of School?

The date of the 100th Day of School is usually celebrated in early February. The exact date will vary, depending on your school calendar.

You can find the expected date by counting the days your kid has had school, according to their calendar.

Classroom teachers and schools will typically send home information about their specific 100th Day celebrations.  If your school doesn’t do this, do it the old fashioned way…grab a calendar and get counting!

What do you put on a 100th Day of School shirt?

We’ve seen all kinds of creative projects for the 100th Day of School — one year, a student in my son’s class glued 100 army men to a cape for his costume!

Band-aids, Legos, pom poms, googly eyes, and stickers are great places to start. 

Do I have to use a shirt?

Most students choose to use a t-shirt to attach items to, but the point of the project is to get creative!

We’ve seen aprons, hats, and capes all with 100 items attached.  

If your kid is taking classes virtually, maybe a hat would work best!

What if I want to do something different for my 100th day shirt?

No problem.

You can start with the ideas we’ve put together, or make your own really easily.

Most 100 days of school shirts simply have 100 items, and some even add a cute saying to take their design to the next level. 

100 Days of school shirt idea - Eye made it 100 days with googly eyes on the shirt worn by a grade school age child

When my son, Andy, was in kindergarten, he was obsessed with Pokemon. So, of course, we spent hours cutting out felt lightning bolts and a Pikachu face to put on his 100th day shirt. But when the morning of the 100th day of school came, my poor little guy was burning up with fever and couldn’t go to school. 

He was so upset that he had to miss the parade, that we had to have our own 100th Day of School celebration at home. I was sad for him that he had to miss celebrating with all his friends, but I think our fun at home was a way better option.

Speaking of Pikachu…. Check out these creative school shirt ideas from some of Andy’s friends…

100 Days of School Shirt Pictures

100 days of school shirt from school - apron with 100 dinosaurs attached

100 Days of Roar-someness apron

I love this 100 days of school shirt idea even though it is more of a “100 days of school apron idea” which makes sense because gluing 100 actual plastic dinosaurs to a t-shirt might make a physics problem.  This apron idea is super cute and solves the issues.

100th day of school project - 100 dinosaurs on child hat and shirt

100 Days of School Shirt, Hat & More

I love this 100 days of school shirt idea that kinda exploded into a hat as well.  I mean, how else are you going to fit 100 dinosaur figures, stickers and toys?

100th Day shirt idea - thumbprints all over the shirt with the tagline Thumbs Up I'm 100 days smarter

Thumbprint 100 Days of School Shirt

I love this 100 days of school shirt idea with thumbprints made with paint all over the shirt.  The shirt says “Thumbs Up! I am 100 Days Smarter!”  This idea is incredibly easy and could be completed with just a few supplies the night before…you know, on night 99!

OMG! I am so inspired for next year…let’s start with a countdown so I don’t forget!

Which one was your favorite?

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Congratulations! You and your family have made it more than halfway through the school year. It’s time for a celebration. Many schools have started throwing 100 Days of School parties to mark the occasion — especially in kindergarten, when kids are learning how to count to 100.

So, how do you celebrate 100 days? Usually, it involves showcasing the number 100, with an art project that involves collection 100 of ... something. It could be a collection of 100 items displayed in a baggie or jar, a shirt that features 100 thingamabobs glued across the front, or a poster or collage that neatly shows 100 doohickeys in neat little rows of 10 by 10. Other schools might ask kids to do a homework assignment about a person who was alive 100 years ago, picture what the world will be like 100 years from now, dress up like they're 100 years old, or imagine what they'd do with $100. (Hopefully, they'll split that Benjamin with their parents, right?) Basically, there’s no limit to 100 Days of School ideas, as long as it involves a one and two zeroes.

In the past, kids have used this as a jumping-off point for tremendous creativity, making 100 Days of School posters and shirts with LEGO blocks, marshmallows, Goldfish crackers, and anything else they can think of. If inspiration has not yet struck for your 100 Days of School project, check out the pictures below to get the (100?) wheels turning.

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100 Ideas for 100th Day of School Collections

In elementary school, the 100th day of school is often a day of great celebration, marked with special activities and lessons.

Acknowledging the 100th day is a great way for elementary school teachers to celebrate math concepts that can be taught using the number 100. Asking students to collect and bring in items to be used for these lessons also encourages class participation.

Developmental Math Concepts

From the very first day, many classes begin keeping track of the number of days they've been in school in anticipation of the 100th day. It's this anticipation that is actually the first math lesson.

As the days are often marked using objects like coffee stirrers or Popsicle sticks, 10 of these sticks become a "10 bundle" that will pave the way to counting by tens and ones.

Any 100th-day math activities should be appropriate for the developmental stage of the children in the class.

Preschoolers and kindergartners generally don't count past 20, so collections of 100 should focus on bundles or groups of five or 10.

In the first grade, children can count to 100. Doing a count-up or count-down is appropriate. By second grade, they can usually count to 100 by twos, fives, or tens, so items can be bundled in different number groupings.

By third grade, they can often do multiplication and division. For numbers as large as 100, more complex math problems may not be appropriate until fourth grade.

Fun Ideas for Celebrating the 100th Day of School

Class Collections for the 100th Day of School

If your child's class is planning a 100 Day celebration, they may be asked to bring in some items to add to the class collection. It's not always practical for each child to bring in 100 of any item. Try to get a sense from your child's teacher of what they have planned.

Students will often be separated into groups, with each group responsible for having a collection of 100 things based on a specific theme.

For instance, one group may be asked to bring in 100 things from the kitchen, which could be foods like dried beans or Cheerios, items like spoons or forks, or a variety of other things. Another group idea could be 100 coins or 100 different office supply items (such as paper clips, pens, and staples).

Whichever way your child's class decides to mark its 100th day of school, be sure you know what the teacher expects and how the items will be used.

Ideas for Individual 100th School Day Collections

Here are some suggestions for items to send with your child for their 100th-day collections.

1. Coins
2. M&M's
3. Cereal (Cheerios and Fruit Loops work well)
4. Jelly beans
5. Paper clips
6. Rocks
7. Bottle caps
8. Popsicle sticks
9. Beads
10. Dried beans
11. Sunflower seeds
12. Legos
13. Straws
14. Popcorn kernels
15. Cotton balls
16. Buttons
17. Rubber bands
18. Stickers
19. Markers
20. Crayons
21. Decorative stamps (10 rows of 10 on a piece of paper)
22. Playing cards
23. Collectible cards, such as Pokemon, Bakugan, etc.
24. A list of books they've read
25. Words you can write/read
26. Toothpicks
27. Deflated balloons (the class can inflate them later)
28. A list of 100 types of animals
29. Photographs (organized in an album)
30. Tally marks
31. Pieces of macaroni
32. Smarties
33. Marshmallows
34. Feathers
35. Birthday candles
36. Fingers (trace your hands 10 times)
37. Toes (trace your feet 10 times)
38. Fingerprints
39. Pretzels
40. Googly eyes
41. Nails
42. Screws
43. Washers
44. Shoelaces
45. Hair clips
46. Puzzle pieces
47. Raisins
48. Pipe cleaners
49. Craft pom poms
50. Marbles
51. Golf pencils
52. Eraser toppers
53. Postcards
54. Goldfish crackers
55. Cotton swabs
56. Ziploc bags
57. Index cards
58. Pieces of paper
59. Paper snowflakes
60. Hole punches
61. Names for boys
62. Names for girls
63. Golf tees
64. A collection of signatures (this idea will take some planning and isn't one to be done last minute!)
65. Stars (hand-drawn)
66. Hearts (hand-drawn)
67. Names of songs you know
68. Seashells
69. Collectible pins/buttons
70. Keys
71. Dominoes
72. Hershey's Kisses
73. Grains of rice
74. Lipstick kisses (on paper, not on people!)
75. Action figures (a photo is probably more manageable than bringing them all to school!)
76. Little plastic animals
77. Twist ties
78. Chocolate chips
79. Sequins (try gluing them into the shape of the number 100)
80. Packing peanuts
81. Paper cups
82. Paper plates
83. Matchbox cars
84. State quarters
85. Glow sticks
86. Dice

Ideas for Classroom 100th Day Collections

Here's a list of items that your child's entire class can contribute to and collect during their 100th-day celebration.

87. Box Tops for Education
88. Cans of food for charity
89. Food labels
90. Recipes
91. Goals
92. Valentine's cards (a class's 100th day and Valentine's Day often occur during the same week)
93. Children's books (for donation or just to read)
94. Creation made of 100 blocks
95. Stuffed animals
96. Addition problems (third grade and above)
97. Subtraction problems (third grade and above)
98. Multiplication problems (fourth grade and above)
99. Division problems (fourth grade and above)
100. Bubbles

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This week includes the 100th day of school here for my kids. So I've gathered 100 ideas for the 100th day of school projects to share with you. The older kids don't do anything in class, but the little kids have a full celebration. Of course we procrastinated and had to come up with an idea for a decorated t-shirt in less than 24 hours. But, around here, spontaneous, last-minute ideas are plentiful.

100 ideas for the 100th day of school

100 Ideas for 100th Day of School Projects

So We opted for 100 buttons glued to a t-shirt in the shape of a heart. Perfect for February too, don't you think? But, there are a ton of other great ideas of things you can do or materials you can use if you need to make a 100th day of school project. So, today I've also compiled a list of materials to help get your creative gears moving.

100 buttons for a 100th day of school shirt

I've also created a free printable that includes a cupcake with 100 sprinkles. You can use in a project or as is… print it as a coloring page for the kids. Super cute, right? Check out the coloring page and download your free copy here.

Or how about 100 fun face stickers? You can download this cute printable cut file design and even cut out images with your Cricut machine. This happy face printable has 100 unique faces to choose from! How fun is that?

100 happy face stickers you can make with your Cricut designed by Jen Goode

100 ideas for the 100th day of school – the big list:

Many of the items listed below can be used in the same way such as displaying or making art or a craft or filling a jar to count. You can also combine some of the ideas below to create another various of a 100 day projects such as using a pencil and markers to draw different circles of different colors. The ideas below are listed to help you brainstorm your own project… I'd love to hear what you come up with!

  1. Barrettes – attach them to a ribbon or put them in your hair
  2. Beads – make a necklace, glue on to paper, press into clay
  3. Beans – put in a jar or glue on to paper
  4. Bobby Pins – trim along the edge of a paper like a frame, put in your hair, attach to your clothes
  5. Bookmarks – make a stack, put in a giant poster frame or tie together
  6. Bottle caps – make an art collage and glue to paper or build a tower
  7. Bread fasteners – attach to a cord or a twisted plastic bread bag or draw little faces and display on a board
  8. Bubble wrap – cut a sheet  filled with 100 mini bubbles
  9. Buttons – sew to a bag or glue to some clothes or paper
  10. Candy sticks – glue on to paper to make a pretty sphere pattern
  11. Cardboard – cut, color, build, make cubes
  12. Cardboard tubes – cut into short tubes and make a cool modern art piece by gluing 100 tubes together side by side
  13. Chalk – color on a chalk board and make 100 shapes
  14. Checkers – fill a board in a checker board pattern with 100 playing pieces
  15. Cheerios – make a necklace or food art
  16. Chocolate Kisses – fill a jar or a bag
  17. Circles – make circle art, cut from fabric or paper or draw them
  18. Clay – make 100 clay shapes
  19. Clothes pins – attach to a clothes line and hang 100 pieces of art
  20. Colors – create 100 different colors by mixing colors together using acrylic paint
  21. Confetti – fill a tiny bag with 100 pieces of confetti or fill 100 bags with confetti… make your own confetti
  22. Cotton balls – glue on to paper to make a big puffy character
  23. Crayons – make crayon art with 100 different crayons, cut crayons into pieces instead of buying 100 full sized crayons
  24. Cut outs – cut out shapes or designs to make stencils or use the cut out as the art
  25. Dominos – build a domino pattern with 100 dominos and then watch it fall
  26. Doodles – draw 100 different doodles or draw 100 of the same doodle or doodle for 100 minutes
  27. Dry noodles – make a noodle necklace or glue noodles to a paper to make an art piece
  28. Duct tape – create something with 100 pieces of duct tape or make 100 duct tape things
  29. Egg cartons – cut out the individual egg holders in an egg carton and create something fun
  30. Envelopes – fill 100 envelopes with treasures or write notes or send letters or make a collage
  31. Flower petals – create pretty flower art with 100 flower petals with glue and paper
  32. Fruit loops – make a colorful bracelet or a rainbow collage
  33. Gems – make something sparkly
  34. Gift bows – cover a big box with bows or make a wreath
  35. Gift tags – make a collage with tiny messages
  36. Glitter – use glitter glue to make 100 glue dots on paper that sparkles
  37. Grommets – attach 100 grommets to a long strip of fabric and use to hang 100 small treasures
  38. Gum – make an art piece with ABC gum (already been chewed.. looks cool, sounds gross)
  39. Gum balls – fill a jar or glue to a board for colorful art
  40. Hair bands – put them in your hair or around a tube or attach to a display board
  41. Hearts – make a collage or decoupage something
  42. Hole punch – make confetti or punch 100 holes into paper – you can even punch out the number 100 using 100 holes
  43. Jelly Beans – more jar filling for counting or you could eat them
  44. Jewelry wire – make 100 wire shapes and attach to make a necklace
  45. Labels – write 100 words on labels and then stick the labels all over something (a binder or poster board)
  46. Leaves – glue to a board for a pretty nature art piece or use to make a leaf rubbing on a giant piece of paper
  47. Letters – write 1 letter 100 times or a combination of letters
  48. Lines – draw 100 lines with a pen, or make 100 different types of lines using different materials and writing tools
  49. M&Ms – fill a bag and then plan to share
  50. Marbles – fill a jar, but be careful, it will be heavy
  51. Markers – draw 100 colorful things
  52. Milk bottle caps – make a mat by gluing the lids together
  53. Nails – hammer into a piece of wood or a small branch
  54. Names – write 100 different names
  55. Numbers – draw 100 different numbers or make a collage of numbers
  56. Nuts and Bolts – fill a box with 100 nuts and bolts connected or apart or attach to peg board or just use nuts or just bolts
  57. Paint – paint a picture using 100 dots or mix 100 colors using paint or make 100 shapes
  58. Paper – make a 100 different things using paper, write 100 words on paper, make paper confetti
  59. Paper clips – attach paper clips together to make a long ribbon of clips
  60. Peanuts – make art or display or make into peanut people by drawing on the peanut shells
  61. Pencils – use in a bunch or use to make something such as a drawing
  62. Pennants – make 100 different pennants to create bunting
  63. Pennies – attach to a board or fill a little purse or bank
  64. Peppermint Candy – make yummy art
  65. Pinback buttons – attach to a jacket or bag
  66. Pinecones – fill a bag or make pinecone critters
  67. Plastic bags – fill each bag with something different
  68. Plastic bracelets – wear or tie together using yarn or string
  69. Playdough – make 100 little playdough snakes
  70. Playing cards – make a stack or cover a board to make art or build a house of cards
  71. Popcicle Sticks – build a house or a giant picture frame or make 100 stick puppets
  72. Popcorn – fill a bag or glue to display
  73. Ribbons – make bows or cut into small pieces to make a collage
  74. Rice grains – glue to paper and then color – or maybe you know how to draw on a rice grain?
  75. Rubberbands – make a rainbow loom bracelet using 100 rubber bands or crochet with rubber bands or wrap the bands around something else
  76. Safety Pins – attach to the bottom of your shirt to create a pin edge or to each other to make a strip of pins
  77. Sequins – decorate something with 100 sequins
  78. Skittles – like the M&M, do something yummy
  79. Smiley faces – draw faces yourself or get 100 smiley stickers
  80. Snowflakes – draw, cut, glue, stick, hang
  81. Sprinkles – pour in a bowl, make out of paper or draw
  82. Squares – use flat or make 3d to build something.. LEGOs are good for this too if you'd rather use rectangles
  83. Stamps – postage stamps or rubber stamps, make your own stamps or stick stamps to something
  84. Staples – make a long line of staples
  85. Star bursts – the candy, not the galactic kind – stack,  line up or build with them Or you can use the wrappers to make something cool
  86. Stars – stickers, doodles, cut outs, sparkly or not, decorate something with 100 stars
  87. Stencil art – cover something with stencil art or make 100 different stencils to create art
  88. Stickers – use 100 of the same sticker or find 100 different stickers
  89. Sticky notes – write little notes and cover a board with 100 sticky notes – use the mini size to save space
  90. Straws – line them up to make a neat texture on a board or attach together to make a long line, use bendy straws to create neat art
  91. String – use with glue to create string art or make 100 knots or 100 bows
  92. Sunflower Seeds – use peanut butter to adhere to a pinecone to make a bird feeder with 100 seeds
  93. Tape – tear into piece or cover something in inches
  94. Thumbtacks – make pin art using thumbtacks
  95. Tissue paper – make faux stained glass art using 100 pieces of tissue paper – cut into smaller pieces
  96. Tooth picks – make stick art with glue and a piece of paper
  97. Twist ties – make garland using 100 twist ties
  98. Washi tape – make a pretty pattern design using 100 pieces of different washi tape
  99. Words – write your 100 more favorite words
  100. Yarn – similar to string, create art, or tie into knots or crochet 100 lines

Don't forget to grab the free 100th day printable I have for you… 

What fun projects have you created for the 100th day of school?

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10+ Fun & Easy 100th Day of School Project Ideas

100th day project ideas

Are you looking for Easy 100th day of school project ideas? In your hustle to get the project done, don’t forget the whole point of celebrating the 100th day of school is to improve numeracy skills beyond two digits to include three digit numbers.

Depending on the grade level, teachers also strive to increase a child’s ability to name, recognize and sequence numbers to 100. Understanding that zero has place value, and beginning to understand that numbers can be organized in sets for skip counting are also skills that are embedded in 100th day celebrations. So keep that in mind as you choose a project to celebrate the 100th day of school.

If you want to reinforce the skills being taught, aim for projects that group sets of numbers in fives, tens, or other ‘friendly’ numbers!

As the parents of 3 kids, our household has finally outgrown the 100th day of school project. Despite having taught in schools for over 20 years, and having scoured the internet for project ideas, the day always seems to sneak up on me and we end up throwing together a half-hearted, last minute project, with whatever we have in the house.

To save you from going down the rabbit hole of Pinterest searches, here are my top ideas for fun and easy projects that your kids can put together with minimal adult support and with supplies you may have around the house already.

1. Quick and Easy 100th Day Trail Mix Project

Thinking in groups of ten, with an overall theme, will help you put something together at the last minute. We’ve done the ziplock bag of trail mix more than once, because it is easy, eco-friendly, and the kids can eat the whole project for snack!

You can make your own “recipe” based on whatever you have in your pantry. Here’s what ours usually includes:

100th day project ideas

10 dry cereal (cheerios, shreddies…)

10 granola clusters

10 pretzels

10 fish crackers

10 seeds (pumpkin, sunflower…)

10 smarties or mini marshmallows

10 popcorn

10 cheese cubes

10 dried fruit (cranberries, banana chips, mango…)

10 coconut flakes

2. Crafty DIY 100th Day Project Ideas

Some families are craftier than others. I fall firmly in the “I’ll get you the supplies, but you are on your own” style of parenting. I take no credit for these projects I’ve photographed from my children’s classmates! They are all amazing, but will require some adult support and art direction from an adult.

Alice, the 100 eyed monster is my favourite project ever! This is obviously a family who put a great deal of time and energy into their project, but the results are pretty spectacular.

Inspired? You can buy the googly eyes here.

100th day project ideas

3. Quick and Easy Lists to Make For 100th Day Project

Make a List

If you can’t pull together a project, you could make a list with your child. Sorting by tens will make the job less overwhelming! For example:

  • 10 words that start with a, 10 words that start with b, 10 words that start with c and so on, until you have 100
  • 10 cities you’d like to visit in Canada, America, France and so on, until you have 100 (see the map project below)
Or, come up with lists that have 100 options:
  • 100 words you can spell
  • 100 things you wish you could do
  • What you can do in 100 seconds
  • How you would spend 100 dollars
  • How many ways you can make 100 (90+10, 80+20…)

4. 100 Cities

This project is a great visual to go with the list of 100 cities you’d like to see one day. Inspired? You can buy the flag stickers for the map poster here.

100th day project ideas

5. Got Loose Lego Around the House?

This project is perfect if you are scrambling the night before! Got loose Lego around the house? Gather your pieces in groups of ten and then organize them to build the number 100. Inspired? You can buy the base plates to build this project on here.

100th day project ideas

6. Styrofoam Spiders = Lots of Legs

This project is another favourite. Grouping legs by colour in sets of 20 is another clever way to look at ways to make 100. Buy the styrofoam balls here and the pipe cleaners here.

100th day project ideas

7. Nature Inspired Elements

This project could make use of any nature inspired element, sticks, stones, pinecones, shells or other loose parts collected in your community! Don’t have a glue gun? Buy one here.

100th day project ideas

8. Shiny Jewel Flowers

This project could be anything creative made from 100 dollar store jewels. The feature of this project that is appealing is how the child organized the 100 stones into sets of ten around ten flowers.

100th day project ideas

9. Pom Pom Butterflies

This project is a quick, night before solution, just make sure you have a pack of pom poms on hand! Buy them here.

10. Goldfish Crackers Are More Than Just Snacks

This project is quick and easy too!

11. Painting Rocks of Kindness

This one is not quick or easy, but might be a fun for a crafty family who likes larger projects! Paint 100 rocks together for your garden! Or paint 100 kindness rocks, or paint 100 rocks with 100 names of children in the school. You get the idea!

Looking for more inspiration?

Here are other ideas from around the web I’ve included from by blogger friends.

  1. If you have size constraints and have to stick to a card sized project, check out this brilliant seasonal celebrations theme for your 100th day project by Weaving Ideas.

2. Here’s a good list of household items that might do the trick for your 100th day project. Check out: Count to 100: Estimation jars by Edventures With Kids. I especially like the idea of popcorn estimation jars and comparing the volume of 100 kernels of popcorn vs 100 kennels popped.

3. Here are a bunch of good ideas for clothing or dress up projects on the 100th day of school by Danya Banya. Read all about how she transformed an old sundress into a sparkly 100th day party hit: 100 sequins for the 100th day of school.

The 100th day of school happens every year, so check out the projects that come in this year and gather some inspiration for next year!

If you are looking for more inspiration for your family life, come join me on Pinterest!

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