Free 100th Day of School Writing Prompt Printables

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As we are fast approaching the 100th day of school I wanted to put together some fun 100th day of school writing prompt printables.

These 100th day of school free printables are a great way to have fun on the one hundredth day of school.

The 100th day of school of course depends on when you started your school year, but it normally falls towards the end of January through mid – February.

Included in this free 100th day of school worksheet are 8 fun writing prompts plus a really fun discussion about if the world were only 100 people.

100th day of school writing prompts

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100th Day of School Activities

These free printable writing prompts can be used with all age groups, but especially young students.

Download the printable writing prompts below. There are 10 different printable prompts to download. Make sure to check the printer settings.

These printable 100th-day-of-school writing prompts are free to print but are for personal and classroom use only. Scroll to the bottom of the page and add your email address to get the pdf file.

The first 100th day of school printable activity is perfect for a classroom or home discussion.

It is based on the book If the world were a village (which I highly recommend). The whole population of the world has been put into 100 people so it is easier to understand.

Each person actually represents 75 million people from the real world.

If the World were 100 people how many…

  • Speak English?
  • Are children?
  • Are from the United States?
  • Are Christian?
  • Do not have electricity?
  • Are over the age of 60?
  • Speak Chinese?
  • Are not religious?
  • How many live in areas that have malaria?

I have added the answer sheet, but of course, the answers will definitely surprise the whole class.

Remind the students that these 100 people represent the world, not just the United States.

if the world were a village free printable

The kids will also enjoy these 100th day of school coloring pages.

Writing Prompts for the 100th Day of School

There are 8 fun one hundred themed writing prompts that are perfect for the 100th day of school celebrations.

These can be used for kids of all ages.

If I had $100…: Ask your students to write a story or essay about what they would do if they had $100. Encourage them to explore their values and priorities, whether it’s buying something special, saving, or helping others. This prompt helps students practice decision-making and reflective writing.

I wish I had 100…: Have the children imagine having 100 of something they desire. It could be anything from books to days of happiness. This prompt is great for encouraging creative thinking and helps students express their desires and reasons behind them.

Learning a New Skill in 100 Days: Challenge your students to think of a skill they’d like to learn in 100 days. They should write a plan detailing the steps they would take, possible challenges, and their strategies for overcoming these challenges. This prompt promotes goal setting and planning skills.

free printable 100 day of school writing prompts

Living 100 Light Years Away: Encourage your students to unleash their creativity by imagining a world 100 light years away from Earth. They can create stories about the environment, inhabitants, and daily life in this distant place, fostering their imagination and storytelling abilities.

If I Were 100 Years Old…: Invite the students to write a first-person narrative imagining themselves as 100-year-olds. They can reflect on the life they might have lived, their memories, daily activities, and the wisdom they would like to share. This activity helps students develop empathy and perspective-taking skills.

The Earth in 100 Years: Ask students to predict what our planet will look like in 100 years. They can consider technology, environmental changes, society, and global relationships. This exercise encourages critical thinking about the future and environmental awareness.

free 100th day of school writing prompts printable

Life 100 Years Ago: Have the students research and write about what life was like 100 years ago. They can explore different aspects like daily routines, historical events, and societal norms of that time. This prompt is excellent for developing research skills and historical understanding.

The 100th President of the United States: Let students create a fictional profile for the 100th President of the United States. They can describe the president’s background, leadership style, challenges faced, and achievements. This activity encourages students to think about leadership qualities and political issues.

free printable 100th day of school writing prompts

Other fun writing prompt printables

Introducing a fun collection of writing prompt printables to spark the imagination of young writers on various occasions! From festive holidays to cute themes, these printables are perfect for enhancing writing skills while having fun.

  1. Free printable Valentine’s Day writing prompts inspire kids to express their thoughts about love, friendship, and the joy of this heartwarming holiday.
  2. Encourage young learners to explore historical figures and leadership qualities with our President’s Day writing prompt printables.
  3. The If I were a leprechaun worksheet allows children to dive into a world of magic and mischief, perfect for St. Patrick’s Day.
  4. Pirate writing prompt printables offer a swashbuckling adventure in creative writing, ideal for young minds eager to explore the high seas.
  5. St Patrick’s Day writing prompt printables are great for kids to write about leprechauns, shamrocks, and the spirit of this Irish holiday.
  6. April Fools Day writing prompt printables add a playful twist to writing exercises, encouraging kids to come up with funny and clever stories.
  7. Easter writing prompt printables provide a platform for children to write about Easter traditions, springtime joy, and the excitement of egg hunts.
  8. Our Earth Day writing prompt printables inspire kids to think about environmental protection, nature conservation, and the beauty of our planet.
  9. Star Wars writing prompt printables are a hit for young fans, inviting them to create their own stories in the iconic Star Wars universe.

You will also enjoy our 100th day of school color by number printables!

Tips for downloading the free files

Below you will see a large sign-up box where you need to add your name and email address, and press I NEED THIS NOW!

Within minutes you will be sent the free PDF directly to your email address, so you can print it out and start using it immediately.

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Download the free 100th day of school printables

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

Last Updated on 23 January 2024 by homeschoolof1

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