In just a few days, my kiddos will celebrate the 100th day of school. What better way to do that then with 100 Days of School Cookies & Printable?!
This year 100 days feels like a HUGE accomplishment, for students and teachers. This school year has been one for the books. I taught simultaneously (virtual and in class) kiddos for the first half of the year. Both of my kids have been quarantined, they’ve gotten used to staying in the same classroom all day and are champs with wearing masks and sanitizing. As a mom and a teacher, I’ve been amazed with how resilient the kids have been. But I am beyond ready for things to go back to normal, even though it’s probably still a ways away. The 100th day most definitely should be celebrated this year,
One of the projects my Kindergartener had to do this month was come up with a 100th day of school project, using 100 items. He decided to use Legos on a lego board to make the numbers 100. While I was looking for things for him to do on Pinterest, one of my favorite places, I saw this cute cookie idea. I reached out to his teacher to see if she wanted them for the kids in the class.
She’s the sweetest and loved the idea, so I created the printables that are used as the bag topper. The printables don’t have the heart or name on them, so anyone can use them. This would also be fun for teachers to do for their students.
All you have to do is print the 100th day printable on cardstock. Cut them out and staple them on to a sandwich size baggy. I used graham crackers, Keebler fudge stripe cookies to make the 100. I also saw where Kit Kat was used as the 1, which is of course what my kiddos asked me to buy. But…we already had graham crackers in the house to they won.
Happy 100th day of school and congratulations to the parents and students who have made it so far this year, whether from home or at school!