The 100th day of school is such a fun (and exhausting!) day for both the teacher and students. There are so many great ways to combine fun and learning on this special day. One of my favorite things to do throughout the day is incorporate some of these 100 days of school books. The kids love them and it brings a little bit of literacy into a fun filled day.
12 Children’s 100 Days of School Books for Little Learners
This funny book tells an adventurous tale of how one student finds his 100 things to bring in.
Help Ms. Madoff’s class count 100 pennies – and find out what they do with them!
Jessica is worried about the 100th day of school. Readers will learn about emotions and math concepts while enjoying this uplifting story.
The world’s best kindergarten teacher is at it again! This time Miss Bindergarten is going to create the best 100th day of school ever.
Read what happens with Jake forgets his 100th day of school project. Beautiful illustrations and a happy ending make this a favorite for young readers.
A math concepts book, 100 Days of School teaches multiple ways to count to 100 using fun props and catchy rhymes.
Full of of humor, Emily’s First 100 Days of School supports growing skills in reading, writing, and arithmetic, with an emphasis on math skills.
This level 2 reader has the kids doing EVERYTHING by 100’s!
Perfect for early readers, this tale of one of Fancy Nancy’s adventures at school is fun, and fancy!
This lift the flap book show you how Biscuit the dog celebrates the 100th day of school with fun surprises on every page!
This series let’s kids know that it’s ok if Kindergarten feels like a brand new planet! A fun storyline and modern illustrations will make this a favorite for your kindergartener.
Kids will learn important math lessons while reading the story of Minna and her 100th day art project. Your kids might even get some big ideas of their own.
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Don’t forget to check out all of the children’s book lists featured on A Dab of Glue Will Do. Do you have any favorite children’s 100 Days of School books that are not on the list? If so, please share in the comments below. If you are looking for more 100th day of school ideas, activities, and printables to do at home or in the classroom make sure to check out our other 100th Day of School page.