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100 Ways to Celebrate 100 Days

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It's the 100th day of school--what can you do to celebrate?

Here are 100 different ideas for celebrating this fun and important day. The 100th day is about math--and so much more! From collecting to counting, baking to bouncing, reading to writing, every possible kind of activity is included for 100th day celebrations at home or at school.


Bright, detailed photographs

Hardcover, 48 pages
Published August 3rd 2010 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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Miss Kelly
Dec 17, 2016 Miss Kelly rated it liked it
Good picture book to teach the concept of numbers.
Tiffany Beedle
This book is more of an activity book for students to read. This book has 100 days with each day listing an activity to do 100 times. The book contains math as well as other subjects that are fun to learn about. Parts of this book allows the student to learn something, such as words from a different language, learning how to add, exercising, and even fine motor skills.

The audience for this book is children of all ages. This book would fit perfectly for a student who does not like to read becaus
Oct 24, 2012 Drew rated it really liked it
•Brief summary
This book is full of 100 ways to celebrate 100 days, from baking, counting, collecting, measuring, recycling, reading, writing, guessing, making, building, stitching, drawing, and so much more.

This would probably be a good book for kindergarten to even up to 4th grade, because the things in it do require so thinking.

100 days of school is over whats not to enjoy.

I would use this book the week before or even at the beginning of the school year and hav
Any kid can find a fun 100th-day project in this book. Of course there are plenty of art and craft projects for arty and crafty kids; but there are also ideas for eco-conscious kids - collect magazines to recycle; kitchen kids can make trail mix out of 100 raisins, peanuts and M&Ms; active kids can stomp 100 times; the writers can write a story with 100 words; the readers can band together and read 100 books; and any kid can borrow a measuring tape or a scale and find out what 100 centimeter ...more
Amanda Kaye
Jul 25, 2010 Amanda Kaye rated it really liked it
What a fun book! This book is perfect for any elementary age child, teacher, or parent. Full of color, a variety of activities, and really helps captivate the joy of the 100th day of school. As a teacher I personally found this book enriching. Many times I end up stumped about what to do on the 100th day of school...well not any more! There are activities from building shapes with 100 blocks to stringing 100 cereal loops onto a necklace to saying hello in 100 languages to melting 100 ice cubes a ...more
Feb 15, 2011 Heather rated it really liked it
We got this book primarily on the colorful illustrations of different groupings of 100 throughout the book. We ignored the words & the 100th day of school plot. My kids (6 & 4) loved just looking at the different combinations of 100 and what constitutes basically it was a multiplication / grouping guide for us...which led to 3 days of independent cuisenaire rod play....none of which was my guiding ;)
I wanted this to be something different than it was, so I was disappointed at first. This concept of the 100th day of school is a new one to me and I was hoping for a "activity a day" book like I had when I was a kid. However, I can see how kids might enjoy finding ways to do or make 100 of something. I can see teachers really liking this one.
Jul 19, 2012 Maxwoodliff rated it liked it
This book would be great for students that are learning how to count. It starts with 1 and works its way up to 100. I would like to see the numbers also written out as well as just as numerical symbols in the book. I would use this book as a read aloud and project the pictures on my smartboard.
Oct 10, 2010 Shelli rated it really liked it
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Great book for teachers, students and parents to get ideas on how to celebrate the 100th day of school.
Dec 09, 2011 Laura5 rated it it was amazing
My new favorite for 100 days.
Love the pictures and the layout of this book.
100 clever, easy (& often free) ways to celebrate 100.
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Great ideas for the "Big 1-0-0" day, for little students and bigger ones, too.
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A new approach to a familiar topic.
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Bruce Goldstone is the author of several books, including 100 Ways to Celebrate 100 Days, Great Estimations, Greater Estimations and The Beastly Feast. He has worked in educational publishing for nearly twenty years. Growing up in Ohio, Bruce fell in love with reading and the magic of words, and even back then he knew he wanted to be a writer. Books have always been an important part of his life, ...more
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