A hundred chart (or 100s chart) is an important tool for all kinds of math learning- from counting to creating number patterns. Hundred charts can even be combined with language arts for all kinds of literacy activities. Here’s 15 super fun hundred chart activities for kids you’ll want to check out!
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A hundred chart provides tons of learning opportunities for kids of all ages. One of my favorite purchases is this wooden hundred board. Both kids started using it when they were quite young. They started with counting smaller numbers and working on number recognition, and eventually began noticing number patterns and even adding and subtracting as they got older!
Even if you don’t own a hundred board, you can print out a paper hundred chart and do all kinds of fun math activities! Here’s some of my favorites!
15 Hundred Chart Activities for Kids
Free Printable Hundred Chart Patterns Book from Buggy and Buddy
Hundred Chart Puzzles from Playdough to Plato
Bottle Cap Hundred Chart for the Light Table from Still Playing School
Hundred Board Spelling from This Reading Mama
Make a Driveway Hundred Chart from Creative Family Fun
Using Math Cubes with a Hundred Chart from Teach Beside Me
Sticky Hundreds Chart Math Activity from Coffee Cups and Crayons
Post-it Sticky Notes Hundred Chart from Reading Confetti
Making Hundred Chart Patterns on the Light Table from Still Playing School
Race to 100 Game from Planet Smarty Pants
Hundred Chart Fill-in-the-Blank Puzzles from Creative Family Fun
Hundred Chart on the Chalkboard from Playdough to Plato
Hundreds Chart Battleship from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Free Printable Monster-Themed Hundred Chart from The Measured Mom
Free Mystery Letters for Hundreds Chart from This Reading Mama
Bonus 100 Chart Activity
Stop the Speeding Car Math Game from Simple. Home. Blessings.
Check out our ebook ABCs and 123s! You’ll find 40+ ways to encourage children to explore letters and numbers through play!