March 3, 2023

# Free 100s Chart Printable with Hundreds Chart Activities

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Help kindergarten and first grade students master counting to 100 with this super cute hundreds chart printable. Each of the funny monster 100s chart printable has a different math activity to help kids gain math fluency as they count to 100. Simply printÂ 100 chart printableÂ and you are ready to master numbers 1-100 with hands-on activities and fill in the missing numbers too.

## Hundreds Chart Printable

This pack of printable hundreds chart has super cute monster themed ideas for using the free printable 100 chart to help kindergartners and grade 1 students gain fluency writing in missing numbers, figuring out what comes before, what comes next, patterns in the number chart, and so much more!Â  such a useful way for kids to learn how to write numbers up to 100. Using these printable 100 chart, kids can learn how to spot number patternsÂ such as how all the numbers ending in “2” are in the same column.

Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love this handy, free math printable activity to teach kids to count to 100 with ease! Use this as extra practice, summer learning, math center in your classroom, or as a supplement to your homeschool math curriculum.

## 100s chart printable

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> ______ <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the template.

Print the hundred charts and worksheet activities. I used aÂ laminatorÂ  on the colored hundred charts so that I could re-use them as a reference chart for my students. You could also laminate the worksheets and re-use them as write and wipe mats.

## 100 chart printable

I began by showing my students the colored 100 chart. I gave each child a set ofÂ transparent countersÂ and they used them toÂ highlight various number patterns. Soon my students realized that the numbers in each column ended in the same number.

## Printable hundreds chart

After exploring the 100 chart patterns, I gave my students the first worksheet and they had a go at filling in the missing numbers. Over the next few weeks, they progressed through the various fill in the missing number worksheets.
Then to assess their progress, I gave them the blank 100 chart to fill in. This simple assessment tool was great for determining how well each child was able to write numbers up to 100. It also highlighted which numbers the children still needed to work on.

## Free printable 100 chart

When my students could write numbers to 100, I turned the hundreds chart worksheets Â over and wrote 101 on the back. Then I challenged them to write the numbers up to 120!

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This is such a fun, hands on math game for kindergartners that helps achieve fluency while having FUN!

Looking for more fun, creative ways you can begin homeschooling for free? See more of our free printable worksheets for kindergartenÂ plus ourÂ history lesson plans, free math games, english worksheets,Â sight words activities,Â alphabet worksheets,Â andÂ cvc word games for kids of all ages!

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## Printable 100 chart

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