Hundred Chart (Play & Learn Math)
A hundred number chart is a 10 x 10 grid used to practice counting, although it can also help young students learn to skip count, look for number patterns, teach place value, and practice addition and subtraction. This clever resource includes activity ideas for classroom centers or small groups to work with their own individual charts. There is a blank chart in here you can reproduce for students. A set of teacher instructions as well as student instructions are included and easy to follow. CCSS correlations are listed for the classroom teacher. I like how you can take a simple learning tool and expand on it without having to go looking for activities. Some of the games include: Connecting odd & even, Who are the numbers?, Egg carton toss, Fill the blocks, as well as Bingo and Number neighbors. Answers are in the back. ~Sara
Make the most of the hundred chart in your classroom! This collection of innovative, creative games and activities teach children number patterns and relationships, place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and more. Perfect for math centers and small-group instruction, these delightful activities meet core math standards.
Wow! Look at all the neat stuff you can do with a hundred number board! This book of 74 activities is divided into Readiness Activities, Order and Comparison, Place Value Activities, Number Patterns, Addition and Subtraction, and Multiplication. The inexpensive hundred number board is a great manipulative to explore all kinds of skills, functioning as a number line and place value tool all in one. It facilitates learning to count, understanding number "volume" and makes it easy to see patterns in numbers, too. Besides a board, you'll need hundred number tiles, transparent counters and opaque counters in order to complete all of the activities.