It’s almost time to celebrate the 100th day of school! I created a few 100 days of school headband crowns that you can use in the classroom with preschoolers, kindergartners and older elementary kids.
100 days of school is a big deal and teachers like to mark it with some fun activities, like easy games or crafts. No prep work is a plus when organizing a celebration for a whole classroom. And this is what I was aiming for when designing these paper hats.
All teachers have to do is print any of the three crowns and hand them to the kids to color and cut. Maybe some help is needed when fitting the headbands and making sure they are exactly the right size before taping them.
Students will enjoy a fun coloring activity and will end up with a cool crown to show parents at the end of the day. They will be proud of their creation, I’m sure.
If you like this project, make sure to take a look at all my headband crafts for kids.
100 Days Smarter Headband
This is a fun 100 Days Smarter coloring paper hat that comes with four options from black and white to full-color.
While you can use the colored versions, kids will absolutely love to create their own crowns by coloring the 100 dots. They can use markers, colored pencils or Q-tips.
I Crawled My Way Through 100 Days Paper Hat
The I crawled my way through 100 days paper hat has such an adorable design. What a fun way to practice counting and build find motor skills.
Just like for the previous crown, kids can use colored pencils or markers to color all 100 dots that make up the caterpillar/bug.
100 Days of School Headband, Necklace and Diploma
This 100 days of school paper hat is paired with a necklace and a certificate.
Students will cut out and color the boy or girl version of the crown.
Students will cut out and color the necklace. They can add beads or colored cheerios on each side of the necklace.
The certificate is printed on white cardstock paper. The teacher adds the student’s name, date and teacher signature.