The 100th Day of School is an exciting time for room moms to help kids celebrate their accomplishment of completing the first 100 days of the academic school year.
If you’re volunteering in the classroom on that day, be sure to bring along one of these 100th day of school writing prompts worksheets. You can use the free printables as the main activity or as a “time filler.”
We’ve even adapted the writing prompt for younger (pre-writing) students too!
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Celebrate 100 Days with a Writing Prompt
I’ve seen a few writing prompts for the 100th day of school online, but this is one I didn’t see a printable worksheet for. So, of course, I had to make one!
The main concept of this writing prompt is to encourage students to imagine one thing they wish they had 100 of. Then, they are prompted to explain why they want so many.
First, let’s take a look at how to adapt this writing prompt activity for younger, pre-writing grades.
How to Use the “Writing” Prompt for Young Students
Surprisingly, students who cannot write yet, can still use this writing prompt!
I wanted to make this activity available to a variety of grade levels. So, I turned the writing prompt into a drawing prompt.
The drawing version of this prompt is perfect for Pre-K, kindergarten and first grade. With this modification, pre-writers can use their imagination and get educational value out of this fun activity.
Young students can draw and color a picture of their 100 things instead of writing sentences. Their picture should show why it would be so great to have the thing they wished for and how they would use it.
If time permits, you could have students volunteer to show and tell their drawings to the rest of the class on the 100th day of school.
Click on the link below the image to download the free worksheet.
100th Day of School Writing Prompt for Older Students
Older students in 2nd grade and 3rd grade can use the actual writing prompt version of the worksheet. Writing prompts are great for helping children use their imagination while practicing their grammar, spelling, and creative writing skills.
Click the download button below the worksheet image to download your free copy.
After students have completed the writing activity, invite volunteers to share what they wrote with the rest of the class. The classroom is sure to be filled with lots of giggles and excitement as students share their wishes.
More Free Resources to Help You Celebrate:
I hope this writing prompt worksheet helps inspire your students (or your own kids) to use their imagination on the 100th day of school.
Making it more than half way through the academic school year is an achievement worthy of lots of celebration! I hope your 100th day goes off without a hitch.
If you’re not able to volunteer at your school for this event, feel free to share this printable with your child’s teacher!
Have a Happy 100th Day!!