The 50th day of school can be a day for great celebration! Typically, early elementary classes celebrate the 100th day of school and engage in a variety of activities that involve the number 100. Why not celebrate getting halfway to 100?!
If you’re not familiar with celebrating the 50th day of school, it’s very similar to celebrating the 100th day. The added fun for the 50th day is that you can turn it into a 50’s themed celebration! I always gave my students the choice to dress up in 50’s attire (if they wanted to!). We had all sorts of fun doing activities centered around the number 50 and the 1950’s.
If you use Brag Tags in your classroom to reward students and celebrate special days, then I’ve got a freebie for you!
If you’re not familiar with brag tags, they are basically just a way to recognize student progress and achievement. Some teachers use them to celebrate special events and holidays as well. If you do a quick “Brag Tag” search in Google, you’ll find all kinds of information and ideas!
Included in the free download are brag tags in three different designs, so you can choose which you like best! They are provided in color AND in grayscale/black and white.
If you’re interested in celebrating the 50th day of school for the first (or 50th time!) and would like some more resources and activities to make it an awesome day for your class, you can read about my 50 Day Fun mini-unit over here!