A hundreds chart is a great tool to teach number sequencing. It is basically a 10 x 10 grid that has numbers in sequence from 1 to 100.
Each row will have 10 numbers and each hundreds chart will have 10 rows. Here are our free printable hundreds chart for the budding math masters. By using these 100’s chart you can teach basic arithmetic, number sense, number sequence, counting numbers 1-100.
These resources are ideal for Upper Kindergarten and Grades 1 – 4
Basic Hundreds Chart
This is a basic version of hundreds chart. It shows numbers 1-100 in sequence (smallest to largest).
Hundreds Chart With Missing Numbers
This is a Hundreds Chart with missing numbers. Use it to test your students basic number sequencing skills. Learning numbers 1-100 is fundamental math skill.
Blank Hundreds Chart Free Printable
Use this blank hundreds charts printable to up the game. Unlike the missing numbers hundreds chart this blank hundreds chart can increase the difficulty level.
Hope our collection of free hundreds chart printable pdf are useful for students. You can also try our skip counting worksheets to test your students math skills.
Free Mystery House Hundreds Chart Activity
FREE mystery picture 100’s chart printable. Use the given color codes and color the numbers accordingly. It will be exciting for kids to discover the mystery picture. Fun hundreds chart math activity.
Hundreds Chart Color By Number – Mystery Girl
This Hundreds chart mystery picture puzzle will help your students practice numbers 1 – 100 in a fun way. Both a numbered 100s chart and a blank one (students will have to write the numbers in before coloring to reveal the picture) are included, along with a larger blank hundreds chart that I like to use to make jigsaw puzzles for students to solve. The answer key is the cover picture.