100th Day Worries Activities

Celebrate this 100th Day with Novel Effect! With 100th Day Worries activities, students can count and solve problems.
100th Day Worries book cover with thumbnail images of free activity sheets and Novel Effect app on phone

100th Day Worries Activities

The 100th Day of school is a cherished event in elementary schools. Celebrate this 100th Day with Novel Effect! With 100th Day Worries activities, students can count and solve problems. You won’t have to worry about planning with these low-to-no-prep activities!

These activities meet literacy and math standards across different grade levels.

  • illustrate story elements.
  • respond to writing prompts.
  • trace, color, and count shapes.
  • write equations that equal 100.
  • solve addition, multiplication, and division equations.
  • determine prime and composite numbers.
  • choose 100th day options and justify their answers.
  • write the room based on 100th day prompts.  
  • reflect on and respond to comprehension questions and writing prompts.

Activities can be used to differentiate instruction for students, to provide them with a choice, or to focus on a particular skill.

Download 100th Day Worries Activities

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About the Book and Soundscape

It’s the 100th day of school and Jessica needs to collect 100 things. She wants to bring something truly great, but doesn’t know what. As the day gets closer, her worry increases. Will she find what she’s looking for before the 100th day of school? 

Music lovers and Jazz fans will simply adore this soundscape. Can you find the part of the book that has a soli? A soli is a selection solo. Listen for the saxophone and you’re sure to find it! 

Another fun find while listening to the soundscape is the way the soundscape designers use different instruments to convey emotion. What emotions are represented when the sax and clarinet are playing? 

Enjoy counting your way through the 100th day with this delightful book, soundscape, and activities!

Download the Novel Effect app to bring stories to life with music and sound that respond to your voice. 

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