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Hundred Charts! April 5, 2013

Filed under: Hundred Charts! — Bethany Arsenault @ 3:49 am



A hundred chart is a great way to build number sense and help children understand how numbers are related to each other. Help your child find patterns in the chart.  When you skip-count by fives, you name all the numbers that end in 0 or 5.  When you skip-count by tens, you name all the numbers that end in a 0 and all the numbers fall in the last column of the chart. Challenge your child to skip-count in other ways and find different patterns on the chart to help them remember the skip-counting patterns.  Below is a printable version of a hundreds chart.  Have fun!


Printable Hundreds Chart

Click chart below to print

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(Free Chart is from




Hundred Chart Games Online


100 Number Chart  (by ABCYA)

Help the monkey place the numbers in the hundred chart.

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Give the Dog a Bone!

Find the 1o “bones” (numbers) on the hundred chart within 60 seconds.  We love this game!  It is a great way to share our mathematical thinking.  How did you know that number was in that square, row, or column?  I love how competitive the students get with this game!




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