By now, the first day of school is just a blur in your memory. How has more than half the school year already passed? Whether you started school in July or waited until after Labor Day, passing the half-way point is a huge deal, and very worthy of celebration. It’s important to stop and acknowledge what you and your kids have accomplished in these last several months. A little celebration will help all of you get remotivated for the months to come. The big question is, how to celebrate!? Here are some ideas to get you started.
- Order Pizza with Pepperoni Placed to Spell Out 100
- Make 100 Day T-shirts with Fabric Paint
- Glue 100 Fun Items to an Old T-shirt
- Make 100 Mini Pancakes
- Design Your Own 100 Day Hats
- Draw or Paint 100 Spots on a Dog (art, not a real dog…)
- Celebrate with a Trip to the Local Ice Cream Shop
- Draw and Cut Out 100 Day Glasses from Paper
- Count Out 100 Gumballs into a Glass Jar
- Make Necklaces with 100 Beads
- Stack (and metaphorically knock down) 100 Plastic Cups
- Bake Cookies with 100 Chocolate Chips
If your homeschool crew doesn’t celebrate 100 days – because, whew, that’s a lot to keep track of – use these ideas as inspiration to celebrate the other #littlewins, like an “A” on a tough test or memorizing a Bible verse!