Hi there! Today I’m sharing a Free Printable 100 Days of School Crown for Kids.
This fun 100th Day of School Hat Headband is perfect for celebrating 100 days of school with elementary students!
With the 100th day of school quickly approaching, I wanted to share some fun ideas to mark this milestone.
This “I Am 100 Days Smarter!” printable crown is so much fun! It makes the perfect 100th day of school craft for children in preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade.
Kids love creating things they can wear or play with, so this craft definitely was a hit with my little ones!
Plus, you’ll love that this 100th Day hat headband allows little ones to practice scissor skills and fine motor skills.
Let’s get started!
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Supplies to Make 100th Day of School Hat Headbands
For this easy happy 100th Day Crown craft you will need:
– A printed copy of the 100 Days Smarter Headband Template (form is at the end of the article)
– Cardstock – I recommend card stock for durability, but copy paper works too. (We used copy paper this time around!)
– Crayons or Colored Pencils – whatever you like!
– Scissors (we love this brand of kid safe scissors)
– A Stapler
How to Make an 100th Day of School Hat Headband
First, print out your copy of the 100th Day of School template printable. I recommend printing on cardstock to make it more sturdy, but regular paper will work as well.
Next, give your child crayons or colored pencils to color the I am 100 Days Smarter crown. You might like to encourage them to color slow within the lines.
If you want this project to fill a longer time frame….simply have the kids use colored pencils!
Now it’s time to cut! Kids will need to cut out the rectangular strips as well as the hat portion.
Most preschoolers will be able to cut this hat by themselves, but if you have younger children, they may need some assistance.
After all of the pieces of the 100 Days of School craft hat have been cut out, have an adult help kids assemble the hats.
Use a stapler to attach the strips of paper to each other like shown in the picture.
Next, attach the 100 Days of School crown template.
Last, adjust the headband to fit your child’s head and cut off the extra paper.
Now, your 100 Days of School hat is ready to wear. Kids are sure to be proud of their homemade I Am 100 Days Smarter hat!
I hope your kids enjoy this wearable 100th Day of School hat craft as much as mine did!
A tip for teachers: If you want to make these hats for your 100th day of school celebration, you might like to make pre-cut strips of construction paper or copy paper to make the hat craft go a little quicker for older kids, to save paper, or to help young students create the fun hat in an easier way.
This easy activity is great for your 100th Day of kindergarten lesson plans. It is also a fun addition to your 100 days of school activities for younger elementary school students. I love that it also works great for independent work time for early finishers as well!
More 100 Days of School Fun for Kids
Looking for more ideas for 100th Day of School Activities for kids?
There’s more simple ideas and creative ideas here on my blog for your 100 days of school celebration.
You can find some free printable 100 Days of School Coloring pages here. These pages are great for adding to a student’s portfolio to show their yearly progress. And, of course, they are a fun way to celebrate this big day!
There’s lots of 100th Day of School ideas here. There’s free printable crafts, worksheets, and plenty of ideas to celebrate this milestone.
Also, another fun activity for the 100th Day is to have kids draw a Self-Portrait. Their skills have changed so much from the beginning of the year and it’s a great way to see how they have grown this school year.
Another great idea is having kids dress up like they are 100 years old. It’s too cute! Or alternatively, kids might enjoy wearing a shirt with 100 small items on it like pom poms, tally marks, puffy paint dots, etc.
Want to do something different? Ask the kids to bring in 100 small objects to show the class what 100 looks like. It could be 100 pieces of cereal or 100 legos, etc.
Grab the Free Printable 100th Day of School Crowns Template
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