Kid's Activity: 100s Day!

41. Take time to smile at 100 people (even if it takes you a few days).
42. Catch 100 drops of water in a glass. How full did it get?
43. Watch a movie that is 100 minutes.
44. Bake one hundred bite size cookies.
45. Wrap one hundred cookies in batches of ten in sandwich bags, tie with bright ribbons and share with someone you know -- just because.
46. Write a letter to a soldier and tell him or her about your 100th day celebration. Tell him/her thank you for the freedom to do so.
47. Make 100 dots on a piece of paper in random order. Can you go back and connect them as a picture?<
48. Find what the date is one hundred days from today.
49. Be quiet for 100 seconds.
50. Read Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday, by Judith Viorst. Now take out 100 pennies. Read through the story again. This time, as Alexander loses money, remove that much from the penny pile. How much is left at the end of the story? How many pennies did Alexander lose?

51. Put together a 100 piece puzzle.
52. Turn on a 100 watt light bulb. Have mom or dad replace it with a 40 watt bulb. Which is brighter? Which do you like better?
53. Number one hundred index cards from 1 - 100. Shuffle and work to put them in order again. (Save these to reuse another time!)
54. Place 100 star shaped stickers on dark blue construction paper. Make your own constellations!
55. What things can you think of that can go 100 mph or faster?
56. Have your parent boil water. Have them use a candy thermometer to check the temperature of the water at boiling. Remove from heat and note the time. See how long it takes for the water to drop to 100 degrees.
57. What are 100 lions called?
58. If you flip a coin there is supposedly a 50% chance it will land on heads and another 50% chance it will land on tails. Create a chart showing heads on one side; tails on the other. Flip a coin 100 times and make a mark in each column to record the result. Add your totals. Were they really 50% each?
59. Think ahead 100 years! What do you think life will be like? What new inventions might there be? Will houses look the same as today? Draw a picture to illustrate.
60. Read I'll Teach My Dog 100 Words, by Michael Frith.

61. Using 100 pretzel sticks and peanut butter "glue", build a Log House.
62. Perform a community service activity. Take a garbage bag each and wearing rubber gloves see if you are able to pick up 100 pieces of trash. If you collect old cans you can recycle them as well!
63. Hop on one foot 100 times.
64. Blow 100 bubbles!
65. Add softened ice cream, milk, and chocolate syrup in a container that can have a tight lid. (We have some mason jars that we have done this in which allow kids to see). Now count together as you shake vigorously 100 times.) Finally enjoy the results!
66. Measure 100 cm. Compare to 100 inches.
67. Bounce a ball 100 times.
68. Let family, friends and neighbors know you are collecting staple food items (canned and dry goods). Once you have collected 100 items, take and donate to your local food bank.
69. Pop 100 kernels of popcorn.
70. Write a googol! This is a math term for the number one followed by one hundred zeroes! Good luck!