It’s crazy to think it’s nearly the 100th day of school, but that’s exactly why I’m here today. I want to share with you my 100th Day of School Math Fun FREEBIEand some great 100 Days of School Ideas!
We love celebrating the 100 Day of School (or even the 101 Day of School) every year.
True be told, Jack Hartmann’s songs make me so happy. Here is a fun Jack Hartmann song we use to begin our dancing and singing celebration. His catchy lyrics always has the class up and moving around…So great for movement breaks too.
To celebrate the 100th day of school, I also created an awesome 100th Day of School ADDITION Color by Number FREEBIE. My students love practicing their fact power through coloring activities and games so this packet is a win-win. I guarantee your student will be “hooked” too!
This 100th Day of School Freebie has 3 addition math pictures themed and 1 number addition puzzle to celebrate the 100th Day of School.
Add 2, Add 5 and Add 10 With These 100th Day of School Activities
Here is a sample of Addition Plus 2 Color by Number Activity completed by one of my kiddos. (I’m so sneaky!) They love completing these printable worksheets, and they don’t even know they’re doing any work! hehehe
Here is another completed sample from one of my other students!
I’m sure this 100th Day of School Math Fun FREE download is going to be a hit with your first and second grade students – just like it is with mine! Here’s the link one more time, in case you missed it! Grab it now – share the link with a friend – and let their students get in on the fun as well!!
If you enjoyed this freebie packet, I have created another Awesome Resource that incorporates Math, ELA and Crafting (fine motor). These 100 Days of School Activities are perfect for Kindergarten and First Grade Students who are looking for some learning and fun. You can see all of my holiday resources when you check out my Teachers Pay Teacher store.
Thank you so much for stopping by to see me! I hope you love this Math Fun FREEBIE as much as my students and I do!
You can always “COUNT ON ME” for engaging, differentiated math resources to help every student shine!
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