Celebrating the 101st Day of School: Dalmatian Style

20 February 2014
I decided to start celebrating the 101st day of school because our Kindergarten usually does a big 100th Day of School. I wanted my first graders to have something new and exciting to celebrate.

I hope you check out this packet and it helps you start a new tradition!  

• File Folder Word Wall
• Parent Letter
• Add Your Own Text Letter (You just click the empty space to start typing)
• Doggie Bag Labels & Writing
• Certificates (Add your own name, click on the empty space)

Art Activities:
• Dalmatian Headband
• Dalmatian Craft

Literacy Activities:
• If We Had 101...
• When We are 101 Years Old...
• If I Had 101 Dalmatians...
• Search/Read/Write the Room
• Magnify Tiny Long E Words Search
• Dalmatian Rhymes
• Dalmatian Build a Sentences
• Dalmatian Build a Word

Math Activities:
• Tens and Ones Work mat & Tens and Ones Center
• Ways to make 101
• Movie Review & Graphing
• Find and Color the Number
• Comparing Numbers
• One Less, One More, Ten Less, and Ten More
• Tally the Pictures

The frame above is from Michael's.  I just popped out the glass and backing.  

My dress was $5 on clearance from H&M a few years back!

Thank you for reading this post!   Be sure to check out my packet on Teachers Pay Teachers!   If you like what you see, feel free to pin :)

Here is a little freebie for you!

I made them two to a sheet, but if you want to print four to a sheet, just adjust your printer settings.  Click here for a post explaining how to adjust printer settings. 


  1. I absolutely love this! I think it's a great idea to do something different for the kids each year!

  2. Love it! 101 Dalmations.....perfect! Thank you.

  3. Oh I wish I had seen this sooner - it is so cute! I have pinned it for next year. Maria

  4. Stop stop stop!! This is THE cutest idea! I love love love it! I think it would be perfect for 2nd graders :) Thanks!!!

  5. This is actually a very nice idea to share with the kids. It'll make their school year more fun and could even help them when they get into a little bit of funk with studies. Tutorial services is a great way to support a kid's learning curve and enhance his knowledge regarding his subjects.

    Carol Levin


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