Books for the 100th Day of School (2024)

The 100th Day of School is a big milestone for young students. Here are some books to help you celebrate the 100th Day of School!

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BOOKS FOR THE 100TH DAY OF SCHOOL

The Night Before the 100th Day of School

The 100th day of school is almost here and one student is desperate to find 100 of anything to bring to class. Then all of sudden inspiration strikes, and he comes up with a surprise that makes the 100th day celebration one to remember!

100 School Days

Mrs. Madoff’s class is counting pennies — one for every day of school. When they get to 10 pennies, they know they’ve been going to school for 10 days. What will happen when they get to 100? How will they celebrate Day 100, and what will they do with their 100 pennies?

100 Days of Cool

Most classrooms celebrate 100 days of school. But for Mrs. Lopez’s class, it’s 100 days of cool! Something new and cool is bound to happen every day, all the way from 1 to 100. This is a Level 2 text in the MathStart series.

100th Day Worries

When Jessica’s teacher tells everyone in class to find 100 things to bring to school for their 100th day, Jessica starts to worry. She wants to bring something really good. but what? 100 marshmallows?No, too sticky. 100 yo-yos?Nah, that’s silly. When Jessica reaches the 99th day, shereallystarts to worry. She still doesn’t know what to bring! Could the best collection of 100 things be right under her eyes?

Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the 100th Day of Kindergarten

Miss Bindergarten, the world’s best kindergarten teacher, is getting ready for another milestone. Tomorrow she and her class will have been together for 100 days. To celebrate, each student must bring “100 of some wonderful, one-hundred-full thing!” At night, while the students go to work assembling their projects, Miss Bindergarten is working, too, making special surprises for the class. The 100th day of kindergarten is bound to be unforgettable!

Planet Kindergarten: 100 Days in Orbit

Star Log: Day 100. Base camp is lively. I greet my crewmates and admire their work. We have mastered many skills on our journey, but today brings a new milestone. There have been: 100 roll calls, 100 songs, 100 pledges, and 100 challenging days full of exploration and triumph!

Young Cam Jansen and the 100th Day of School Mystery

Cam Jansen and her best friend, Eric, are excited about their class’s 100th day of school party! To celebrate, they’re having snacks that start with the letter P: pretzels, popcorn, pineapple juice, and everybody’s favorite, pizza. But when the pizza disappears from the kitchen, it’s up to Cam and her photographic memory to “click” and solve this delicious mystery!

You can find all of my Cam Jansen book companions here.

The 100th Day of School from the Black Lagoon

Hubie’s class is celebrating the 100th day of school by having each student bring in 100 of something. But Hubie has no idea what to choose. Should he go with 100 hairs on his head? 100 baseball cards? What can Hubie pick out of all the hundreds of 100 items he could bring?

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100 Days of School (Math is Fun!)

How many ways are there to count to 100? Lots! The funny rhymes in this book will show you some different ways to count to 100 using a clown’s nose, piggy toes, and other groups of things. It all adds up to a fun way to learn about 100!

Jake’s 100th Day of School

What will Jake do when he forgets to bring the special collection he’s going to share for the 100th day of school? Jake and his fellow students are getting ready for a celebration. Tomorrow is the 100th day of school and everyone is going to share their collections of 100 things. The day of the celebration arrives, but Jake forgets the 100 family pictures he has glued into a special memory book at home. Disaster! But thanks to Jake’s ingenuity and the sensitivity of his principal, Jake does have a collection to display that day… and something special to share with the class on the 101st day of school.

Try These Hundreds Chart Activities on the 100th Day of School

Ready, Freddy! The One-Hundredth Day of School

The 100th day of school is approaching, and to mark the occasion, Freddy and his classmates must each collect and bring to school 100 of something. Freddy is overwhelmed by the thought, then he has a great idea to collect 100 shark trading cards. But he only has 21 cards! How will be get another 79 before the 100th day of school? Even if he had the money, his mom would NEVER let him buy that much bubble gum. Join Freddy as he plots the perfcet plan to reach his goal.

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Miss Mingo and the 100th Day of School

It’s the hundredth day of school, and Miss Mingo the Flamingo has quite a day planned for her diverse class of animals. First, the students share projects that celebrate the number one hundred: Centipede does one hundred jumping jacks, Panda shows off two bundles of fifty bamboo stalks, and other students share five sets of twenty footprints and other combos to get to the magic number. Later the class works together to create sculptures out of one hundred paper cups (Octopus is particularly helpful), and the day becomes as much about self-expression as it is a number—especially when Miss Mingo has the whole class make silly faces for one hundred seconds!

Rocket’s 100th Day of School

Rocket is busy collecting 100 things to take to school on his 100th day, and he has the perfect place to keep them safe. That is, until Bella, a squirrel who loves acorns, gets involved.

Tiny and the 100th Day of School

Everyone in Eliot’s class has to bring in one hundred items as part of their 100th day of school celebration, but he doesn’t have any ideas. Of course, Tiny has plenty! But when he follows Eliot to school to join the festivities, he winds up making a mess of things. How will he make things right again?

Emily’s First 100 Days of School

Emily is ready for her first day of school. There’s so much to do: learning the alphabet, singing, reading books, dancing, and counting, starting with the very first day. One hundred days feels very far away, but day by day, Emily and her classmates see they’re getting closer. And as the lessons they learn begin to add up, their world expands.

Fancy Nancy: The 100th Day of School

With the 100th day of school just around the corner, Nancy finds herself utterly stumped. She can’t think of anything exciting, special, or imaginative enough to bring in to class to commemorate the day. Just as Nancy begins to lose hope, she finds inspiration from an unexpected source—and learns that even sad events can bring with them a glimmer of beauty.

100th Day: A Spot-It Challenge

It’s the 100th day of school, and we’ve hidden lots of items for you to count and find. Can you spot all of the fun things in these dazzling scenes?

100 Ways to Celebrate 100 Days

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.

100th Day of School (Celebrations in My World)

After counting down the school days, it is finally the 100th Day of School! Readers will love learning about how this popular milestone is celebrated. This book includes fun and challenging activities that exercise both the mind and body. Children will enjoy learning how other children around the world celebrate this event.

100th Day of School (Traditions and Celebrations)

Kids love to celebrate the 100th Day of School! Some elementary school students make crafts, play games, or eat treats to mark the holiday. Others have a dress-up day or hold counting contests. Readers will discover how a shared special day can have multiple traditions and be celebrated in all sorts of ways

Have some fun on the 100th Day of School with these Hundreds Chart Activities.

You can find more book lists organized by topic here.

Happy Reading!

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