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Do you celebrate the 100th day of school with your class? Today I’m sharing a fun activity you can add to your special day, a Free 100th Day Celebration Color By Code page.
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Reading The Night Before the 100th Day of School by Natasha Wing is a must! Such a fun story for the 100th day!
Another fun read-aloud to go along with the day is Miss Mingo and the 100th Day of School. I have created a literacy snack and free printable to go along with the book too. You can find out more here.
As part of celebrating 100 days of school, we like to do activities that revolve around counting to 100, by both 1’s and 10’s. I’ve created a fun 100th Day Celebration Color By Code activity that will allow your student to practice numbers counting by 10 to fill out the picture.
The first time the students do this activity, I always encourage them to color the crayons first so they can easily see which color the number needs to be.
To do the color by code number, the students will carefully color the picture one area at a time using the matching color for the number. The students will continue coloring the numbers until the entire picture has been completed. They will then be able to see their hidden
You can download the Free 100th Day Celebration Color By Code from my TeachersPayTeachers store below.
If your students enjoyed this free printable color by code numbers, they’ll love these winter-themed color by code sight words. There are 50 pages that include the pre-primer Dolch words. Or primer words here.
We even have CVC word color by codes too!
What are some fun things you do to celebrate the 100th day with your class?
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