100th Day of School Activities for Middle School Students — Mrs. Kayla Durkin (2024)

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Ready to celebrate the 100th day of school? This blog post is filled with 100th-day activities for upper elementary and middle school students!

100th Day activities for upper elementary and middle school students

100th Day of School Activities for Middle School Students — Mrs. Kayla Durkin (1)

100th Day of School Shirt

Have students design a shirt that has something to do with 100. There are a lot of great ideas on Pinterest!

100 Movements in Gym

Have Students choose a movement and do it 100 times. Example, 100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups, 100 jumping jacks.

100 Items

Have students bring in 100 of something to compare the size and weight of each. Example: 100 paper clips vs 100 sheets of paper.

100 Books

Use this chart to have your class record 100 books they have read. There are many ways to use this chart, but here are some ideas. Start fresh on the 100th day of school and start recording the books students finish since introducing the chart. Introduce the chart ahead of time with the goal of reading 100 books by the 100th day of school. Set a goal to read 100 books during the month of the 100th day of school.

100 Legos

Give students 100 legos and see what they can design. You can correlate this to whatever you are learning right now in science or social studies!

100 Color by Number

Review adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions with this no prep, color-by-number, math activity. Students will solve 24 fraction equations that match up with a color and number on the chart, and then will color the chart with the corresponding color. I have a sub on the 100th day of school, so this is a perfect activity to keep my students engaged and on task!

100 Jelly Beans or M&M’s

Split students into groups and give each group 100 Jelly Beans or M&Ms. Have students sort the candy by color, find the percentage of each color, and then graph their findings.

100 Years Old

Let students dress up as their 100-year-old self! Bonus points if you dress up too!

100 Things You’ve Learned This Year

Give students loose-leaf paper and set a timer. See if they can write down 100 things they have learned in the past 100 days of school!

100 Ball Tosses

Using a ball, birdie, hackie sack, etc., see if students can toss it back and forth 100 times without dropping it or messing up.


Ask students to make $100 using every type of coin/dollar. Don’t forget the $2 bill and 50 cent piece!

100 Acts of Kindness

On the 100th day of school, have students set a class goal of completing 100 acts of kindness. Each time they complete an act of kindness record it on this sheet!

100 Bricks

Give students graph paper and have them design a garden or zoo using 100 bricks.

100 Food Items for the Food Pantry

On the 100th day of school, introduce a food drive for your local food pantry. See if students can bring in 100 non-perishable food items by a specific date!

100 Degrees

Have students research different locations to see if any places are currently 100 degrees, how often they are above 100 degrees, how many total places reach temps of 100 degrees, etc.

100 Miles

Using a map of your state, have students find a town that is within 100 miles of theirs. Research the town to compare the population, types of jobs, schools and so on.

100 Years Ago

Using the internet, have students research what big events happened on this day or in this year, 100 years ago!

If you have other 100th Day of School Activities for Middle Schoolers, I would love to add them to my list! Send me a DM or tag me in your activities on Instagram!

You can also check out these great ideas:

100th Day of School by We Are Better Together

100th Day of School for Upper Elementary by The Gypsy Teacher

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