Sunday, February 12, 2012

100’s Chart Center

I love, love, love using the 100’s chart to teach math and number relationships. In fact, one of my kids’ favorite centers is the 100’s Chart Center in math.  Students first fill in a blank hundred’s chart, and then answer 4 questions based off of the hundred’s chart.  I have some students who are still using this to work on forming their numbers correctly, others who are working on the number patterns ( Hey Ms. Raki did you know that all the numbers in the 40 line start with a 4?) and others who are using the questions to think about how those numbers are linked together (What is 10 more than 83?)  You can find all of the pieces of my Hundred’s Chart center for sale on Teachers Pay Teachers for just $2.50.
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