100th Day of School Craft

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What You Need:

  • Construction paper in any color
  • 100 mini pom poms in assorted colors
  • Glue

What You Do:

  1. Have your child count out 100 pom poms in various colors.
  2. Ask your child to choose a favorite part of school or a favorite thing about school such as a sport, subject, or activity.
  3. Once your child has selected a favorite thing, ask her to think of a simple image that represents it. For example, if your child chose music as her favorite part of school, she might choose a musical note to represent it.
  4. Have your child arrange the pom poms on the construction paper in the shape of the image she chose.
  5. Help your child carefully glue the pom poms onto the paper to complete her picture.
  6. Set aside the pom pom picture to dry completely.
  7. Once it's dry, have your child recount the pom poms in the picture. Are there 100?

Display your pom pom artwork on the wall or refrigerator to commemorate the 100th day of school!

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