I wanted to share one of favorite new resources for my students with you today. Every year we get to see the primary kids having 100th Day Fun, and I wanted to bring some 100th Day Fun for into my upper elementary classroom. As the years go on, the magic and fun of school slowly goes away for some students. With some help of some great 100th Day of School graphics from Ashley Hughes, my fifth graders can have some “fun’ with this resource full of activities and printables for celebrating the 100th day of school for upper elementary students.
This is a fun set of task cards that requires the students to simplify fractions with denominators of 100! This is a fun way to practice this skill that needs lots of practice to perfect. Simplifying fractions is probably my students’ least favorite skill (besides division) because they do all of the fraction operation work and hen have one more step. They don’t complain about this simplifying fractions activity one bit!
There are a few more printables that didn’t get pictured, but this gives you a peek into this fun way to keep 5th grade fun for the students! Click on the link below if you are interested in purchasing these resources to have some 100th day of school fun for your upper elementary students!
Are you celebrating or did you celebrate the 100th day?