FREE Hundreds Chart

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

FREE Hundreds Chart

Even homeschool children benefit from seeing things on the wall! So instead of buying yet another supply, I made my own. I highly suggest printing on cardstock and laminating for durability.
FREE Hundreds chart to hang on wall, leave in back pack, use as reference for kindergarten math, first grade math, homeschool, or cut up to visualize how the hundreds chart works

100s Chart for Kindergarten

There are 3 choices for the Crayon 100s wall chart.  I found my son referenced the 100s chart frequently while he was in Kindergarten and figuring out counting that high.

Free Toddler and Preschool Crayon Color Chart

FREE Printable Crayon Colors for Toddler and Preschool

I couldn't use these fun Crayon graphics and not do something with color! So I made a Crayon Colors Chart. There are TONS of other uses for it other than hanging it on your wall! 
  • Cut crayons apart and use them to label colors around your house
  • Go on a color scavenger hunt
  • Cut into a 9, 12, or 20 piece puzzle
  • And so many more!

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Download Hundreds Chart

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    1. Thank you for the printable sheets. I am returning to homeschooling, so these resources are very helpful.

    2. Love this idea! Thank you for sharing :)

    3. I love these, thank you :) Is it okay to blog about them if they are a resource being used in our learning activities, with links back to you of course?

    4. These are awesome, Beth! I can think of a number of activities I could create with them! I really appreciate all the free printables you share. I featured your Crayon Colors and 100s Chart as the Free Printable(s) of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page and on Pinterest.

    5. These are so cute! I can see so many ways that I could use them.