Inspiration: 25 Best 100 Days of School Project Ideas

It’s that time of year when kids across America from 3 – 13 will be scrambling with their Moms and Dads to create a fun and hopefully EASY 100 Days of School Project. Depending on your child’s assignment or enthusiasm, the effort you put into the 100 days of school project can range from minimal to intense!

Check out our list below of 25 Best 100 Days of School Project Ideas for inspiration.

If you love celebrating that the kids are 100 days smarter, we’ve also got another curated list of the 25 best free 100th day of school printable activities and worksheets that includes free printables for 100 days of school certificates, crowns, 100 days of school bookmarks, 100 days of school activity sheets and more.

You might simply choose to bring in 100 items in a Ziploc bag or you might choose to get creative, fancy, and go all out as you can organize your 100 items on a poster board, in a flower pot, on a t-shirt, or however you desire to showcase your child’s creativity and hard work. And let’s face it – depending on what your kid decides to do will really determine your effort in the whole thing! Last year we chose the “100 DAys of School Rainbow of Skittles” idea – my 1st grader was thrilled and loved every second of this project although it did require some advance shopping from Mom so I could collect our required materials!

25 Best 100 Days of School Project Ideas 

 

Last year we chose the “100 Days of School Rainbow of Skittles” idea – my 1st grader was thrilled and loved every second of this project although it did require some advance shopping from Mom so I could collect our required materials! Most of the items on our list of 25 best 100 days of school project ideas use ordinary household items or foods but remember – anytime you need 100 of anything – it’s likely going to require some shopping – not to mention potentially the poster board and whatever adhesive you choose to use for your project.

Have a blast with your 100 Days of School Project Idea and I hope our suggestions inspire you. My kids seriously really look forward to their completing their 100 days of school project so it’s a great opportunity to have some fun crafting with your kids and get them excited to present a project of their own at school to their class.

Enjoy!
100 Pennies Craft // The Blackberry Vine

100 Goldfish // Our Unexpected Journey

100 Days Project: Rainbow of Skittles // Classy Mommy

100 Lolly Pop Bouquet // Absolute Lazy Mommy

100 Days Smarter Door Decoration // 2nd Grade Shenanigans

What I’ll Look Like at 100 // Finally In First

Snack Time 100 Days of School Project // Joy In Every Step

100 Days of School “Fake Cake” // Three Dancing Magpies

DIY 100 Days of School T-Shirt // Cats, Kids, and Crafts

100 Days of School Tally T-Shirt // Really Quite Lucky

100 Days of School – Super Bowl Style! // 2nd Grade Shenanigans

100 Buttons Gumdrop Craft // In My Blessed Nest

Artwork using the number 100 // Buzzing About Second Grade

100 Days of School Banner // Something From Cassie

100 Days of School Entryway Decoration // Joyful Learning in KC

100 Pinwheels Project // The Winding Road

100th Day of School Glasses {With Printable} // Living, Laughing, and Loving

100 Days of School Cake // Random Thoughts of a Supermom

100 Days of School … 100 Pieces of Spaghetti // San Antonio Mom Blogs

100 Scraps of Fabric Garland // This Mama Makes Stuff  (20)

Gum Ball Machine 100 Days of School Craft // Inner Child Fun

100 Days of School Crown Printable // The Virtual Vine

100 Days of School Necklace // Seven Thirty Three

100th Day of School – Chinese Abacus // TSJ Photography

100 Days of School & LOVING it! // Elizabeth Lauren Art

25 Best 100 Days of School Project Ideas

About Colleen Padilla

Colleen Padilla, the founder and editor of ClassyMommy.com lives in the Philly suburbs and is a full time mom for her 2 children, Mackenzie (7) and Kyle (5). Colleen and the Classy Mommy website have been featured on Fox News, Good Morning America, The New York Times, Parenting Magazine, The New York Post, local Philadelphia ABC, CBS, and NBC programs. Colleen has appeared in a TV special about Alpha Moms on South Korea’s NBC affiliate SBS. She also co-authored The Digital Mom Handbook (HarperCollins).

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    I was introduced to the “100 Days of School” celebration by my niece who is a kindergarten teacher. I am a grandma to three babies and was curious about schools celebrating this milestone, as this was not made special when my kids were young. I’m going to write a post featuring this topic on my own blog. You give some great resources to check out…Thanks!

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