Here are more of my hundreds chart puzzles in my Number Ninja Series. Each puzzle presents sections of the hundreds chart and requires them to fill in each section. This will help kids become more familiar with the hundreds chart, thus increasing their number sense and ability to recognize patterns within it.
I’ve put together some puzzles to help kids become more familiar with the hundreds chart. I want my kids to be so familiar with the hundreds chart that they can make one by themselves on scratch paper during a test, and can also identify patterns in our base-10 number system. I’ve made a series of puzzles that increase in difficulty.
I absolutely love this idea. I’ve done two other worksheets with this same idea (click here and click here to see them) and I’ve found it to be really successful. It’s super important to get kids familiar with the hundreds chart. Hopefully children will be so familiar with it that they can make their own hundreds chart on a piece of scratch paper during a test (since kids don’t get a printed hundreds chart on their standardized tests).Click here to see my third 10 more that/10 less than hundreds chart worksheet: hundreds chart- more than- less than OWL
Many of you have probably already seen this idea and it was mind-blowing! It’s such a good idea! Here’s a picture of it:
I love how the math trend is teaching kids deeper number sense and relationships between numbers by giving them plenty of exposure to the patterns easily identified on a hundreds chart. I thought this idea would be great for a worksheet to extend the idea further. Hence, I give you my first (of many to come) hundreds chart more than/less than worksheets:
Here’s a number sense practice page (dealing with a hundreds chart) for Valentine’s Day. There’s never a wrong time to review numbers. Click here for the 2 versions (printable PDFs): chart- easychart- hard Happy Valentine’s Day!