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Hundreds charts are fun and versatile teaching tools that you can use for the whole year. I’ve included 12 different designs for you, one for each month!
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For this activity you will need:
Optional depending on how you want to use them: scissors, counting manipulatives, writing tools – crayon, pencil, etc
Below are the supplies I use personally at home. After doing so many printable activities, I've found that it's most helpful to always have these basic supplies on hand.
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Hundreds charts can be used in so many ways. Here are a few quick ways to get started:
1. Learn to count to 100
2. Add a dice and roll until you reach 100
3. Cut up the chart like a puzzle and put it back together
4. Color in all numbers that are odd and even in different colors.
5. Practice skip counting.
6. Use them for an individual or class challenge – like reading 100 books in a month for example.
A quick Google or Pinterest search will show you many more inspiring ideas!
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