## Sunday, July 31, 2011

### 100s Chart Puzzle

Common Core Standards:

K.CC.1. Count to 100 by ones and by tens.

K.CC.2. Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).

Vocabulary: more, less, counting up, counting back, counting words, numerals, 100s chart

Materials: 100s chart; recording sheets; pencils

Directions:

1. Print out the 100s chart above for your child.  Review the number chart, counting first by ones, then by fives, and finally by 10s.

2.Ask,“What patterns do you see on the chart?” Point to a row and ask what your child notices. Point to a
column and ask what your child notices. “What else do you see?”

3.Explain that you will be giving your child a part of the 100s chart that has been cut out from the whole.  He/she will need to complete the missing numbers.

4. Print out this 100s Chart Puzzle Math Journal Prompt.  Have your child complete it.

Variations:

• Copy the 100s chart with pre-written numbers on cardstock and laminate. Cut the 100s chart into

pieces and have your child put the pieces together like a puzzle. (this would make a great workbox activity)

• Cover numbers on a 100s chart and have your child decide which numbers you covered.

Marina said...

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musicalmary said...

We use a blank 100s chart and call it our number scroll...my little guy is working on writing his numbers to 1,000 for a reward, and we will see where it goes. Tape all the papers end to end and you have your scroll.

Kelly said...

That is a great idea Mary! I will have to try that with Luke as he gets older. I was also thinking some adding tape might work in the same way.