70+ Things to Do with a Hundred Chart: Number, Shape, and Logic Activities
It’s a simple teaching tool – a chart with 10 rows of 10 that numbers 1 to 100. Traditional uses include counting by 5s and 10s, learning odds and evens, and building a general number sense by asking questions like, “How many 7s do you see?” This book takes this resource to the next level! There are so many clever ideas, from making patterns, games, and making your own unique 100 number charts, such as one where the spiral begins in the center and counts outward. Some of them are just fun and cool, while other activities are teaching students something mathematical. Not reproducible. ~Sara
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.
We even play math in the car and the kids beg for more. They are starting to notice math all around them!
This book in particular was a huge surprise to me. It has activities for littles kids all the up to pre algebra. Who knew the 100 chart could be so entertaining?