three nice books for the 100th day of faculty
Can you believe we’re more than halfway there with the 2022-2023 school year? 🤯 If you and your students are celebrating the 100th day of school, our friends at Random House Children’s Books have three great read-aloud books that we recommend. It’s also fun to recommend these 100th Day of School books to families so students can celebrate their achievements at home.
You can also enter right here until February 3rd to win all the books from the 100th day!
Harry vs. the First 100 Days of School by Emily Jenkins, illustrations by Pete Oswald
If you haven’t already read this warm-hearted and funny chapter book, you’re in for a treat – it’s about a first-grader’s first 100 days of school and adjusting to the ups and downs of classroom and family life. It’s also written in 100 short chapters, so if you start now you can be ready by the big day!
Activity to try: While writing a 100 chapter story might be a little intimidating for your kids, you could try writing a 100 sentence or 100 word story!
Learn more: Harry vs. First 100 Days of School at Random House Children’s Books
Rocket’s 100th Day of School by Tad Hills
Students will love this cute, easy, step 1 reader about the beloved rocket trying to collect 100 things to take to school on day 100.
Activity to try: Challenge your students to bring 100 things to school like Rocket!
Learn more: Rocket’s 100th Day of School at Random House Children’s Books
The 100 Hats of the Cat in the Hat by Tish Rabe, illustrated by Aristides Ruiz and Joe Mathieu
Students will enjoy learning all about the number 100 along with the cat in the hat, and you will find many opportunities for math expansions and activities in this Seussian 100th Day celebration.
Activity to try: Play like the cat in the hat with a hundreds chart!
Learn more: The 100 Hats of the Cat in the Hat at Random House Children’s Books
What are your favorite 100th day of school books? Please share in the comments!
Plus, for more great classroom reading samples, check out all of the wonderful selections from our friends at Random House Children’s Books.
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