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# 100 Chart

## Collection by Rebecca Marcotte (Agrast)

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So sorry I haven't been around this old blog in awhile. I am TWO weeks away from my due date...and I just can't wait to meet my baby boy! ...

Building number sense in first grade can seem daunting but with the right number sense activities and lessons, it can be a lot of fun! In th...

Hello Everyone! Missing Digit Alert!! Today I decided to get the kids really thinking about the relationships numbers have with each other. We, of course have worked with the 120 board before, including addition, subtraction, skip counting, finding patterns, etc. But today I wanted to see if they could tell about relationships in a different way. You know I looooove some lifesized math mini lessons (and am in love with shower curtains as work mats!) so I created a lifesized 120 board along…

Building number sense in first grade can seem daunting but with the right number sense activities and lessons, it can be a lot of fun! In th...

15 brilliant ways to use a hundred chart. Lots of great math games teaching the numbers 1-120. 15 brilliant ways to use a hundred chart. Lots of great math games teaching the numbers 1-120. #13 is my favorite!!

Print out these adorable monster number cards to give your child practice working with numbers 1-100!

I have been trying to get ready to take on the new Common Core standards. The math series we use now doesn't align to the new standards, ev...

This is a set of 10 mystery pictures on a 120 chart that are aligned to the common core standards. They range from Kindergarten to 2nd grade standards. Each mystery picture applies to a math skill. After finishing up the activity page, your students will color in a number cell on the 120 chart to r...

I printed out hundreds charts on white and BRIGHT colored paper and laminated both copies. (I have one set for every student) Then I cut the NEON paper into different shaped puzzle pieces. Students work to cover their entire 100's puzzles quickly and quietly. It's amazing how fast some of them can do this compared to how long it takes others!!

***Update...Due to a seller bundling my items and offering them for sale via another web site, I am no longer offering these items for free. I'm sorry! I hope you understand.*** I had so much fun creating the upcoming holiday and celebration hundreds chart activities that I decided to make some more hundreds chart items for spring and a few for previous holidays. Click on each picture to purchase these charts from my TpT store. To view the previous hundreds chart post: Click here

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Reinforce addition skills with this free, no prep worksheet. This worksheet has students adding ten using number charts. There are 10 questions per sheet. 2 winter themed worksheets and 2 regular worksheets to use all year round. Great for a quick morning work or math center activity.This worksheet ...

A hundred chart is a surprisingly simple way to teach sequencing, patterns, skip counting, and more! Find out 10 ways to use this free, handy chart.

Tweet If you teach Kindergarten or first grade math, you probably spend a lot of time on counting. Me too. Lots and lots of time. At this point in the year in first grade I want my students to be fluent with their forward counting within 120 starting from any number. The most challenging part for students is going from one decade to the next. Here are some easy, low prep routines I use with my students to address this issue and work on a slew of other K and first grade skills. Much of what I…