Our older kids have all learned to count to twenty fairly easily. However, at some point after that they’ve all become stuck–one at 39, another at 59, and another at 79.
Somehow that step to counting to 100 always confused them.
That was until we spent time with a hundreds chart.
A hundreds chart makes it easier for kids to see number patterns.
Here’s a [tweetherder]free printable hundreds chart I’ve used with my kids[/tweetherder]. We simply say the numbers and talk about the patterns we see.
>>>Print Hundreds Chart<<<
My two older kids have also enjoyed filling in their own hundreds chart. This makes it easy to determine if your child has really grasped the concept of repetitive number patterns. However, write all the numbers can be cumbersome.
Here’s a [tweetherder]free printable hundreds chart with missing numbers[/tweetherder].
I just wanted to say thank you for sharing your hard work. It’s a blessing!
Sarah Lango says
What a great resource! My kids (3&1) have not gotten to the counting to 100 stage, but it makes sense that this would be helpful!
Anastasia Rose says
That is a wonderful printable! It’s interesting how some children catch on to the pattern right away whilst others have a lot of difficulty finding it… Thank you for sharing!
Martha Mason says
Great resources thanks for sharing your gift with others!
Barbara London says
The numbers printable chart looks like a great way to teach children to count to 100! And the one that they can fill in is great to make sure they have grasped the concept…great!! Thank you for sharing this concept along with the printables (my “children” are adults and parents themselves…I’ll pass on this info to them!)