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The 100th Day of School is Almost Here!!

Updated: Jan 19

100 Days of School is a celebration of the first 100 days of the school year. It is typically celebrated in elementary schools and is a fun way to mark the halfway point of the school year. The concept of 100 Days of School originated in the United States in the early 20th century and has since become a popular tradition in many schools around the world.

The purpose of 100 Days of School is to recognize and celebrate the hard work and achievements of students and teachers in the first 100 days of the school year. It is also a way to reinforce the importance of education and encourage students to continue their learning journey.

The celebration usually involves various activities and events that revolve around the number 100. For example, students may be asked to bring in 100 items, such as pennies or cereal pieces, to create a class display. They may also participate in 100-themed math and literacy activities, such as counting to 100, writing 100 words, or reading 100 books.

Some schools also use 100 Days of School as an opportunity to give back to the community. Students may participate in a service project, such as collecting 100 cans of food for a local food bank or making 100 cards for nursing home residents.

The 100th day is often celebrated with a special event, such as a school-wide assembly or a themed party. Students may dress up as 100-year-olds or wear shirts with 100 items on them. Some schools even have a fashion show. Read the newest children’s book by Amanda Fuller Wellman and Illustrated by Monique Mortimer to find out a fun way to celebrate education and students’ creativity.

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