Category - Hundreds Chart

These fun Hundreds Chart activities make it fun for kids to practice counting to 100. Kids will especially love all the games and seasonal color by hundreds chart worksheets.

FREE Spring Addition Math Games

This Sprint Addition Maths Games is a fun way for kindergarten and first grade kids to practice adding 10s and 1s on a hundreds chart.

St Patrick’s Day Hundreds Chart

These math worksheets are such a fun way for kids to practice counting to 100 while using these St. Patrick’s Day Hundreds Chart.

FREE Valentines Day 100s Chart Activity

With Christmas and New Year’s behind us, my family’s thoughts have turned to Valentine’s Day! We don’t do anything too extravagant to celebrate this loving holiday, but...

NEW! Free Groundhog Day Count to 100

Your kids will love all these fun math activities to help kindergarten age kids practice counting to 100 with a fun Groundhog Day theme. Our favorite one is the cut and paste activity!

FREE Hundreds Chart Winter Coloring

Help kids practice using this FREE Hundreds Chart Winter Coloring that makes it fun to count to 100 winter activity for Kindergarten and first grade kids.

FREE Count to 100 Math Game

Count to 100 Math Game will be the perfect addition to your math centers to help improve your students number sequencing. This free printable will be perfect for kindergarten, first grade, and second...

Count to 100 Games

Help kids master counting to 100 with these fun, easy to use, and FREE count to 100 games.

11 Hundreds Chart Activities

Help kids learn using the hundreds chart in a variety of fun, creative math activities for kids. These Hundreds Chart Activities are great for kids to identify number patterns and so much more! Try...

Hundreds Chart Battleship Game

Make learning activities fun by turning them into games.  A great way to help your child master number recognition to 100 and number patterns is by playing battleship with numbers!  Your...

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.