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100th Day

100th Day
January 9, 2020 Amber Rohal

Many schools celebrate “100th Day” and a big part of celebrating the 100th day of school is trading and counting your “100 things”.

If your kids want to bring in “100 things”, we’ve got the biggest list with 50 of the best ideas!

 

And don’t forget, you don’t have to bring in 100 I’m just one item, let your kids mix and match and bring in an assortment of 100 items to trade and share with their classmates.

Beads
Beer caps
Bobby pins
Bouncey balls
Buttons
Buttons
Candy pieces
Cottonballs
Crayons
Dried beans
Envelopes
Erasers
Facial tissues
Feathers
Friendship pins
Googly eyes
Hangers
Index cards
Keys
Lego pieces
Marbles
Milk tags
Nails/screws
Odd socks
Paperclips
Pencils
Pennies
Pipe cleaners
Playing cards
Pom Poms
Popcicle sticks
Popcorn kernals
Post-it notes
Puzzle pieces
Qtios
Rubber bands
Sequins
Small pasta noodle
Stickers
Straws
Temporary tattoos
Trading Cards
Twist ties
Valentines
Washers
Wet naps
Wine corks
Wooden blocks
Wooden skewers
Zip lock bags

 

Add to our list with a comment and tell us what your kids are taking 100 of to school, for 100th Day!

 

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