This is a fun printable that is known as a 100 charts for maths. Working with a 100-square is a really wonderful way to teach kids about numbers and their relationships with each other – from times tables, to place value. Below you’ll find a list of 100 square chart activities as a form of at-home maths education for kids.
100 square chart activities
You can use the 100 square to help your kids learn how to count to 100. Grab a dot marker and make a dot next to every number your kids skip when they’re practicing their counting to 100. This gives you an idea of where your kids may need more practice when it comes to counting to 100, helping you to focus on where they need to do a little work.
Print two 100 charts for math, one on a coloured sheet of paper and another on a white piece of paper. Have your kids cut the coloured 100 square charts into columns. Then your children can match the coloured columns up with their appropriate spots on the 100 square to practice number sequences.
Fill in the numbers
Another way to use these 100 charts for math, is to print a blank sheet and fill in only some of the numbers. Have your kids fill in the missing numbers with their marker or pencil. You can do this with a focus on even or odd numbers, changing it up each time you print a blank 100 charts for math.
Make it a puzzle
Lastly, you can use this 100 charts for math as a puzzle. Print the chart out. Write the numbers in each box, then cut the chart into puzzle pieces. Have your kids work to put the pieces back together in the correct order. This helps your kids with number recognition and counting to 100.
These are just some of the brilliant ways you can use a 100 chart for math to help educate your kids during remote learning sessions or as a way to simply prepare your preschooler for kindergarten. This chart is a wonderful tool for making counting fun as you work to teach your kids about number sequences and counting up to 100.
Click the square image below to download the printable. We have a full 100 square, as well as a blank one, plus four other activities to get you started as well.
There are six sheets within this set or pack. Just so you know what you are getting – we are sharing the images for you here; one by one.
Standard 100 square
Black 100 square
100 square missing numbers
100 square place value
100 square one less and one more
100 square race to 100
We do hope that you love all of these as much as we do. There is even a little bit for the kids to colour in at the bottom. Just for a bit of light colouring relief?!!? 😂
You should have had fun with kids doing the math educational works and game. Should you need more ideas and resources in mathematics, you might check other mathematics resources we have.
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