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100s Chart Activities

by Jill & Cathy on September 16, 2012

Use these 100s chart activities to help your students develop number sense.  These activities address Common Core standards 1.NBT.5, 1.NBT.6, 2.Intro.1, and 2.NBT.5.

100s Chart A simple, printable hundreds chart.  Includes a spot for a child’s name at the top.  We suggest printing one for each student, laminating and having students keep it in their math folder.

 

 

 

100s Chart Math 1 This activity is designed to be used with our 100s chart.  Students practice counting, patterns and more with this printable.  For students who can not yet read, this is a great listening activity.

100s Chart Math 2 This activity is designed to be used with our 100s chart.  If your students enjoyed the first, this is the same activity with new numbers. 

What’s Missing? – students complete the 100s charts

100s Chart Puzzles Print our 100s chart on construction paper.  Using the lines, cut the 100s chart into six to 10 pieces to create a puzzle.  At a center, students practice putting the 100s chart back together.

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rita October 28, 2012 at 9:07 pm

Looks good

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Dannette March 3, 2014 at 1:40 pm

Good Afternoon,
This is an awesome website! It had exactly what I needed to help my students with special needs.
Thanks very much!!

Sincerely,
Dannette Calvin
MPS- Special Education Teacher

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