Help kids work on early math using a 100s chart while having FUN with these FREE Printable hundreds chart activities for Kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students.
Help kids learn to use a 100s chart with these fun, engaging math games for kids from Kindergarteners, grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4 students. We’ve included a free printable hundreds chart worksheet below to complete these fun, engaging hundreds chart activities.
So why use a hundred chart? Seeing numbers all stacked up in rows of 10 gives young learners a framework for students to think about our base ten number system and to allow students to build a mental model of our number system. Children can see counting and adding patterns to help them with future mental math.
NOTE: Many teachers are moving towards using 120 chart to help kids “get” that after 100 the pattern repeats. Included in the download is also a 120 Chart if you’d prefer to use these as 120 chart activities.
Hundreds Chart Activities
Hundreds Chart Puzzle
Print the hundreds chart in the free download below on colored cardstock and cut apart in different odd size shapes. Have children put it back together. This is such a great activity for understanding number orders and patterns.
I store each puzzle in a sandwich size ziplock bag.
Hundreds Chart Number Patterns
Help kids identify patterns in the hundreds chart with these free printable worksheets. Kids can fill in the numbers to recognize counting by 2s, 5s, 10s, and odd/even numbers.
Hundreds Chart Life-the-Flap
This is such a fun way for kids to start understanding the relationship of numbers on the hundreds chart. Just print the free printable hundreds chart below as well as the “trick” square in the color you like.
Tell kids to find a number. Now have them find out what number is 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, and 10 less by lifting the flip.
Hundreds Chart Games – Roll to 100 or 120
This NO PREP, easy-to-play math game helps kid learn to navigate the hundreds chart and practice counting to 100 or 120.
Hundreds Chart Worksheets
Kids will use the hundreds chart worksheets to complete these 10 more and 10 less worksheets for some great practice.
Hundreds Chart Activity
This sticky hundreds chart math activity from coffee cups and crayons is such a fun way for young learners to explore the hundreds chart and counting to 100.
Hundreds Chart Mystery Letters
This Reading Mama shares these free printable Hundreds Chart Mystery Letters. These are such a fun way for kids to explore the hundreds chart while recognizing letters too.
Twist on the Hundreds Chart
Twist on the Hundreds Chart from What I have Learned is such a fun, clever teaching idea you’ll want to check out.
Hundreds Chart Coloring
Here is another fun way way for kids to practice number 1-100 using the hundreds chart. We have lots of different interactive hundreds chart worksheets to color!
Hundreds Chart Logic Problems
Kids will have fun problem solving using these hundreds chart logic problems from Math Wire.
Hundreds Chart Money
Help kids make the connection between money and counting by practicing counting (or skip counting) with this fun hundreds chart money activity from Learning at Play
So which was your favorite 100 chart activities?
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Hundreds Chart Activities Printable
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