Looking for a fun way to celebrate the 100th Day of School with upper elementary students? This Write the Room activity will get students up and moving, thinking creatively, writing, and discussing with their peers. All of the questions or tasks on the cards relate to the number 100 in some way.
In this set of task cards, each card has a letter on it that corresponds with the words ONE HUNDRED. Place the cards around the room and have students walk around to find the cards and “write the room,” by answering the various questions. An alternate use is to have them in a center or small group station.
- 10 unique prompts for the 100th day of school
- Both black & white AND colored versions
- Pre-made & editable versions (Must use Adobe to edit – Download it HERE for free)
- Two different versions of the student recording sheet
- Teacher directions
**This product is also included in the Write the Room GROWING BUNDLE.
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