111 Ideas of Things to Bring for the 100th Day of School


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Ideas of Things to Bring for the 100th Day of School

100th Day of School Ideas Overhead

The letter has arrived.  The 100th Day of School is just around the corner and it is a BIG DEAL.  For the umpteenth year in a row, Lily has to bring in 100 of a certain item in a Ziploc bag.

Last year she made a cool rainbow picture using 100 pieces of Froot Loops cereal.

Another year I even cracked open my Silhouette Cameo to whip her up a sweet unicorn shirt.  (In case you’re Type A and the pink unicorn is disrupting your rational thought pattern, that one is Lily.  LOL!)

Unicorn 100th Day of School Shirt

As we sit tossing out ideas for possible things to bring in this year, we figured we might as well assemble a list for the masses to consult!

100th Day of School Ideas

Ideas of Items to Bring for the 100th Day of School

Food Ideas for the 100th Day of School

  1. Cheerios
  2. Froot Loops
  3. Kix
  4. Chex
  5. Gumballs
  6. Swedish Fish
  7. Marshmallows
  8. Pretzels
  9. Pasta
  10. Skittles
  11. Mike ‘n Ike
  12. Good ‘n Plenty
  13. Sugar cubes
  14. Sugar packets
  15. Cheese cubes
  16. Twizzlers Nibs
  17. Goldfish
  18. Combos
  19. Caramels
  20. Starlight Mints
  21. Dried beans
  22. Dried lentils
  23. Popcorn (popped or unpopped)
  24. Starburst
  25. Jolly Ranchers
  26. Double Bubble Gum
  27. Whoppers
  28. Sweet Tarts
  29. Tic Tacs
  30. Sour Patch Kids
  31. Chocolate chips
  32. Animal Crackers
  33. Gummy bears
  34. Gummy worms
  35. Smarties
  36. Hershey’s Kisses
  37. Runts
  38. Tootsie Rolls
  39. Lifesavers
  40. Lollipops
  41. Hot Tamales
  42. Rolos
  43. Candy corn
  44. Conversation Hearts
  45. Peeps
  46. Razzles
  47. Now and Laters
  48. Dots
  49. Coffee beans
  50. Pez
  51. Grapes
  52. Raisins
  53. Jelly beans
  54. Blueberries
  55. Cranberries
  56. Goobers
  57. Yogurt covered raisins
  58. Cheez-Its
  59. Wheat Thins
  60. Reese’s Pieces (contains nuts)
  61. M&Ms (contains nuts)

Toy Ideas for the 100th Day of School

  1. Legos
  2.  Squinkies
  3. Shopkins
  4. Marbles
  5. Puzzle Pieces
  6. Dominos
  7. Play jewelry (ie spider rings, etc)
  8. Plastic eggs
  9. Wikki Stix

Office Supplies

  1. Erasers
  2. Paper Clips
  3. Crayons
  4. Stickers
  5. Post-It Notes
  6. Pencils
  7. Rubber bands
  8. Index cards

Household Items

  1. Q-tips
  2. Cotton Balls
  3. Tissues
  4. Napkins
  5. Plastic Cutlery
  6. Beads
  7. Buttons
  8. Paper cups
  9. Hair ties
  10. Garbage bag twist ties
  11. Soda can tabs
  12. Pennies (or other coins)
  13. Washers
  14. Screws
  15. Rhinestones
  16. Pebbles
  17. Pom poms
  18. Pipe cleaners
  19. Straws
  20. Toothpicks
  21. Cupcake liners
  22. Paper plates
  23. Seeds
  24. Coffee filters
  25. Popsicle sticks
  26. Poker chips
  27. Playing cards
  28. Googly eyes
  29. Birthday cake candles
  30. Coffee stirrers
  31. Bobby pins
  32. Balloons
  33. Jelly bracelets

What else can you think of?

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3 thoughts on “111 Ideas of Things to Bring for the 100th Day of School

    1. I have it saved as a Silhouette Studio file but not as an SVG. If you use a Silhouette, I’m happy to email it to you. Just drop me a line at devon@mamacheaps.com.
      If you don’t have a Silhouette, this shirt was actually pretty simple to design. Just grab a unicorn image from google, trace it, and duplicate it 99 more times. :)

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