Fun 100th day of school ideas for kindergarten students include running a 100-yard dash or having students write essays about what they expect to look like at age 100. Alternatively, students can study people who lived to be 100 years old, and children can practice counting by ones, twos or 10s from one to 100.
For the 100th day of school, students can think of things that did not exist 100 years ago. Alternatively, the class can work together to make a list of 100 words that students in the class know how to read. Students can make paper chains or paper quilts that have 100 links or squares.
Other activities for kindergarten students for the 100th day of school include counting 100 pennies or making a trail of 100 dominoes to collapse. Children can also practice counting with 100 pieces of candy or rocks. Students with extra energy can do 100 jumping jacks, jump rope 100 times or learn to play a physical game that children played 100 years ago.
During silent reading time, the class can work together to read 100 books. In geography or social studies class, students can try and identify 100 cities or countries on a map. For a photograph commemorating the 100th day of school, students can stand in a way that creates the shape of the number 100. Students can work together to try and create the pattern of the number 100 without talking.