Hundred Number Chart
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$0.75
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Item #: 018739
Grades:
PreK3
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EdX Education
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This slick cardstock 11" square The hundred grid on each side is white with a thin blue border One side has 100 blank 1" squares the other side's same grid is filled in with numerals 1100 This is a great tool! We use it often with 1" QuietLite tiles/cubes We're just starting to count by 2's 3's etc so we circle the multiples (with wipeoff crayon or weterase marker) to see the pattern emerge Dryerase markers work but leave occasional residue/stain
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Rainbow Resource Center Store
Didn't need the whole manipulative set for Saxon Math 2.
Lauree B
on Jun 12, 2018
Great chart for learning to count!
Marla G
on Mar 19, 2018
Constantly use this in our math programs!
User
on Nov 1, 2017
wow you doin me a count.
Kathryn L
on Aug 24, 2017
There is a blank side you can write on in dryerase. You can also use bingo markers or beads on the number side, to teach number sense, counting 1s, 2s,5s, 10s, etc.
Adam S
on Nov 8, 2016
supplement to horizons K math
Megan O
on Aug 18, 2016
I am going to use this with Saxon math K
Jennifer P
on Jul 4, 2016
I'm teaching math with the Saxon curriculum and this chart is used often.
Charissa M
on May 6, 2016
Learning to count forward and backwards, and learning how to count by 5's and 10's
Vanya D
on Mar 23, 2016
This writeon wipeoff board is essential to any homeschool class. This is the third time I have purchased these boards because we literally wear them out!
Catrin J
on Dec 20, 2015
I could easily print and laminate this myself, BUT at this reasonable price it is much simpler to purchase it.
Mary Anne M
on Nov 5, 2015
Didn't need the whole manipulative set for Saxon Math 2.
Lauree B
on Jun 12, 2018
Counting Tool for My Kindergartner
GIZELLE D
on Mar 26, 2018
Great chart for learning to count!
Marla G
on Mar 19, 2018
I got this to go along with the home school saxon math 1. I didn't buy the manipulative package as I already had most items.
Jessie D
on Nov 3, 2017
Constantly use this in our math programs!
User
on Nov 1, 2017
Saxon Math K3, building my own manipulatives kit for homeschooling.
Chrystal B
on Sep 3, 2017
wow you doin me a count.
Kathryn L
on Aug 24, 2017
This was part of the Horizons Math gr 1 manipulative set. Using with Math Mammoth
Chelsea D
on Jul 9, 2017
There is a blank side you can write on in dryerase. You can also use bingo markers or beads on the number side, to teach number sense, counting 1s, 2s,5s, 10s, etc.
Adam S
on Nov 8, 2016
size....old one is worn out
Cindi L
on Aug 30, 2016
supplement to horizons K math
Megan O
on Aug 18, 2016
This 100 charts are amazing math tools. In my second grade classroom, they use there 100 charts to play games, skip count, basic addition and subtraction and do double digit addition and subtraction.
Carolyn G
on Jul 17, 2016
I am going to use this with Saxon math K
Jennifer P
on Jul 4, 2016
large size and wipeoff. good price
Sara H
on May 28, 2016
I'm teaching math with the Saxon curriculum and this chart is used often.
Charissa M
on May 6, 2016
I like the color variation between ones, tens, and hundreds, rather than the uniform color blocks.
Thomas R
on Apr 25, 2016
Learning to count forward and backwards, and learning how to count by 5's and 10's
Vanya D
on Mar 23, 2016
Correct size and a great price
Dean S
on Jan 8, 2016
This writeon wipeoff board is essential to any homeschool class. This is the third time I have purchased these boards because we literally wear them out!
Catrin J
on Dec 20, 2015
Saxon math
Naomi E
on Dec 2, 2015
I could easily print and laminate this myself, BUT at this reasonable price it is much simpler to purchase it.
Mary Anne M
on Nov 5, 2015
Googled images of charts to 100 liked this because it was clear and #s were the same color
Laura U
on Nov 3, 2015
Counting Tool for My Kindergartner
GIZELLE D
on Mar 26, 2018
I got this to go along with the home school saxon math 1. I didn't buy the manipulative package as I already had most items.
Jessie D
on Nov 3, 2017
Saxon Math K3, building my own manipulatives kit for homeschooling.
Chrystal B
on Sep 3, 2017
This was part of the Horizons Math gr 1 manipulative set. Using with Math Mammoth
Chelsea D
on Jul 9, 2017
size....old one is worn out
Cindi L
on Aug 30, 2016
This 100 charts are amazing math tools. In my second grade classroom, they use there 100 charts to play games, skip count, basic addition and subtraction and do double digit addition and subtraction.
Carolyn G
on Jul 17, 2016
large size and wipeoff. good price
Sara H
on May 28, 2016
I like the color variation between ones, tens, and hundreds, rather than the uniform color blocks.
Thomas R
on Apr 25, 2016
Correct size and a great price
Dean S
on Jan 8, 2016
Saxon math
Naomi E
on Dec 2, 2015
Googled images of charts to 100 liked this because it was clear and #s were the same color
Laura U
on Nov 3, 2015
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5.0 / 5.01 Review5 Stars4 Stars3 Stars2 Stars1 Stars10000This slick cardstock 11" square The hundred grid on each side is white with a thin blue border One side has 100 blank 1" squares the other side's same grid is filled in with numerals 1100 This is a great tool! We use it often with 1" QuietLite tiles/cubes We're just starting to count by 2's 3's etc so we circle the multiples (with wipeoff crayon or weterase marker) to see the pattern emerge Dryerase markers work but leave occasional residue/stain Was this review helpful? Yes (4) No (0)
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Do not include HTML, links, references to other stores, pricing or contact info.My question is about:If your question is about more than one item, click + to add them.Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 22 answersWhy did you choose this?Rainbow Resource Center StoreDidn't need the whole manipulative set for Saxon Math 2.Lauree B on Jun 12, 2018Great chart for learning to count!Marla G on Mar 19, 2018Constantly use this in our math programs!User on Nov 1, 2017wow you doin me a count.Kathryn L on Aug 24, 2017There is a blank side you can write on in dryerase. You can also use bingo markers or beads on the number side, to teach number sense, counting 1s, 2s,5s, 10s, etc.Adam S on Nov 8, 2016supplement to horizons K mathMegan O on Aug 18, 2016I am going to use this with Saxon math KJennifer P on Jul 4, 2016I'm teaching math with the Saxon curriculum and this chart is used often.Charissa M on May 6, 2016Learning to count forward and backwards, and learning how to count by 5's and 10'sVanya D on Mar 23, 2016This writeon wipeoff board is essential to any homeschool class. This is the third time I have purchased these boards because we literally wear them out!Catrin J on Dec 20, 2015I could easily print and laminate this myself, BUT at this reasonable price it is much simpler to purchase it.Mary Anne M on Nov 5, 2015Didn't need the whole manipulative set for Saxon Math 2.Lauree B on Jun 12, 2018Counting Tool for My KindergartnerGIZELLE D on Mar 26, 2018Great chart for learning to count!Marla G on Mar 19, 2018I got this to go along with the home school saxon math 1. I didn't buy the manipulative package as I already had most items.Jessie D on Nov 3, 2017Constantly use this in our math programs!User on Nov 1, 2017Saxon Math K3, building my own manipulatives kit for homeschooling.Chrystal B on Sep 3, 2017wow you doin me a count.Kathryn L on Aug 24, 2017This was part of the Horizons Math gr 1 manipulative set. Using with Math MammothChelsea D on Jul 9, 2017There is a blank side you can write on in dryerase. You can also use bingo markers or beads on the number side, to teach number sense, counting 1s, 2s,5s, 10s, etc.Adam S on Nov 8, 2016size....old one is worn outCindi L on Aug 30, 2016supplement to horizons K mathMegan O on Aug 18, 2016This 100 charts are amazing math tools. In my second grade classroom, they use there 100 charts to play games, skip count, basic addition and subtraction and do double digit addition and subtraction.Carolyn G on Jul 17, 2016I am going to use this with Saxon math KJennifer P on Jul 4, 2016large size and wipeoff. good priceSara H on May 28, 2016I'm teaching math with the Saxon curriculum and this chart is used often.Charissa M on May 6, 2016I like the color variation between ones, tens, and hundreds, rather than the uniform color blocks.Thomas R on Apr 25, 2016Learning to count forward and backwards, and learning how to count by 5's and 10'sVanya D on Mar 23, 2016Correct size and a great priceDean S on Jan 8, 2016This writeon wipeoff board is essential to any homeschool class. This is the third time I have purchased these boards because we literally wear them out!Catrin J on Dec 20, 2015Saxon mathNaomi E on Dec 2, 2015I could easily print and laminate this myself, BUT at this reasonable price it is much simpler to purchase it.Mary Anne M on Nov 5, 2015Googled images of charts to 100 liked this because it was clear and #s were the same colorLaura U on Nov 3, 2015Counting Tool for My KindergartnerGIZELLE D on Mar 26, 2018I got this to go along with the home school saxon math 1. I didn't buy the manipulative package as I already had most items.Jessie D on Nov 3, 2017Saxon Math K3, building my own manipulatives kit for homeschooling.Chrystal B on Sep 3, 2017This was part of the Horizons Math gr 1 manipulative set. Using with Math MammothChelsea D on Jul 9, 2017size....old one is worn outCindi L on Aug 30, 2016This 100 charts are amazing math tools. In my second grade classroom, they use there 100 charts to play games, skip count, basic addition and subtraction and do double digit addition and subtraction.Carolyn G on Jul 17, 2016large size and wipeoff. good priceSara H on May 28, 2016I like the color variation between ones, tens, and hundreds, rather than the uniform color blocks.Thomas R on Apr 25, 2016Correct size and a great priceDean S on Jan 8, 2016Saxon mathNaomi E on Dec 2, 2015Googled images of charts to 100 liked this because it was clear and #s were the same colorLaura U on Nov 3, 2015

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