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Best 100th Day Of School Project Ideas For Preschoolers
Have fun with these 100th day of school crafts and 100 day of school project ideas for preschool (also fun as 100 day project ideas for kindergarten!). Fun 100th day project ideas and age-appropriate activities so young kids can participate in this school milestone, too!
100 Days Of School Project Ideas for Preschool
Fun 100th Day Of School Ideas For Pre K:
- Plant 100 seeds
- Do a 100 objects counting jar
- Make a 100 item craft with buttons
- Mix together a 100 item snack mix (and then eat it!)
- Make a 100 stickers book or lap book
- Set up different learning centers with the 100 theme
- Have a 100 lollipop flowers garden
- Do an hundred day art project and make 100 thumbprint hearts on a collage
- Make a 100 pasta sensory bag
- Create a 100 gum balls craft
- Go on a search for anything that has 1’s and 0’s (to make 100)
- Think of questions for a 100 days of school poster ideas
- Practice grouping items that equal 100 for 100 days math activities
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Fun 100 Days Project Kids Activities
Have fun with these 100th day activities preschool ideas!
Special 100 Day Snack Mix
Create a REBUS recipe where preschoolers follow the directions to make an easy Day 100 Project Snack Mix.
The mix can be anything, but may look like:
- 25 raisins raisins
- 25 pieces of Chex cereal or 25 pieces of Cheerios
- 25 chocolate chocolate chips
- 25 mini marshmallows
You can also include fun numbers 1’s and 0’s (with candies like these) so kids can find the hidden 100’s in their snack mix!
This is one of those super easy preschool 100 day activities, but they’ll have a lot of fun with it.
100th Day Number Scavenger Hunt
Want to get your kids moving around?
Try scavenger hunts for 100th day of preschool ideas.
Preschoolers can search for 100 small objects, such as coins or buttons, and count them.
Or, you can hide the number 100 around in different places (around the classroom, house, or even outside for 100 day nature walk) and give hot and cold clues for kids to find them.
100 Buttons Tree Art
This is one of my favorite 100th day of school art activities for preschool because they can practice math counting skills and also practice colors while creating 100 day art!
Preschoolers pick and count 100 buttons and then create a tree, using the buttons as the leaves.
- Large pieces of art paper
- Brown construction paper to cut into tree trunks
- Assortment of buttons in different sizes and colors
- Glue sticks
Definitely add this to your 100 piece project ideas!
100th Day Crown
Have preschoolers decorate a crown with 100 stickers or other small decorations, such as beads or sequins.
You can use these fun kits for part of your 100 Day celebration or make your own.
100 Day Collage
Have each student make a thumbprint heart on a huge piece of paper for a collage to hang up.
Don’t want to do a thumbprint heart collage?
Preschoolers can create a collage using 100 different items, such as stickers or cut-out pictures from magazines.
Hundredth Day Sticker Book
Make a paper book by folding craft paper pages in two.
Provide a variety of stickers and have preschool kids fill it with 100 of their favorite stickers.
You can also give them directions like:
- Page 1 should have 10 stickers
- Page 2 should have 15 stickers of nature
- Page 3 should have 20 stickers of food
- Page 4 should have 5 stickers with the color green (etc.)
100th Day Paper Chains
Color, draw, and decorate 100 slips of paper.
You can also include funny quotes or descriptions of things you did within the first one hundred days.
Then, glue them to form a paper chain.
100th Day Poster for Kids
Make a Happy 100th Day poster listing things like:
- My favorite thing in the first 100 days is:
- I would have fun with 100:
- I would never eat 100:
- I could definitely eat 100:
- With $100 I would buy:
You can make your own or grab these 100 days printables.
100th Day of School Gumball Craft
Grab a kit like this and do a 100 gum balls in a gumball machine.
Gumballs can be made out of dot markers, thumb prints, pom poms, buttons, or anything else.
100th Day Stamp Art
Preschoolers can use 100 different stamps to create a piece of art.
Have kids use stampers, stamper markers, and dot markers.
If you’re looking for an easy 100th day of school ideas for preschool, this is it!
100th Day Necklace
Preschoolers can string together 100 beads, dried pasta, colored cereal circles (like Cheerios and Fruit Loops), or other items to create a necklace.
You can use kits or just string together your own with yarn.
100th Day Fish Bowl
Decorate a paper fishbowl craft with 100 different things under the sea.
100th Day of School Picture Frame
Make a foam 100th day of school picture frame that they can use to include a picture of them doing something during their first 100 days of school.
This is a fun kit that is an easy craft for preschoolers.
100 Things We’re Grateful For Project
Work together to list out 100 things that your students are grateful for.
You can even use fun gratitude games like this to go along with the project.
100 Pieces of Pasta Sensory Craft
Dye 100 pieces of pasta and then put it in a bag for sensory bag play.
Dyeing pasta is fun for kids, so let them in on this process!
100th Day Counting Jars
Provide different beads, beans, toys, and jars and have them count and sort 100 different things into different jars.
Plant 100 Garden Seeds
Using small containers like this and vegetable seeds and/or flower seeds, plant 100 seeds.
(Sunflowers are great!)
If you’re doing this with a classroom or homeschool co-op, let kids take some of the planted containers home.
100th Day Counting Activity
Practice 100 counting activities by counting fun things in different groups.
Count to 100 by 1s, 5s, or 10s.
100 Days Of School Ideas for Dress Up
Make a special 100 days of school shirt kids activity.
Grab a fun tie dye kit like this and make special shirts. (It even works for socks if you want to do those!)
Don’t want to do real shirts?
Use craft shirts like this for kids to draw and design their own 100 days for school shirt.
Make a Next 100 Days List
Empower preschoolers to make decisions and work on teamwork skills by coming up with a next 100 days of school project ideas for preschoolers.
Ask them questions like what would you like to read about or what art would you like to do, etc., and then make a list of things to do over the next 100 days.
Leave some of the spaces blank and encourage kids to come up with their own things with their parents or other family members.
It’s like a bucket list for 100 days from today!
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