Explore numbers one through one hundred with these free printable hundreds charts. Blank, filled in, and partially filled in hundreds charts to print!
Hundreds charts are wonderful learning tools for kids of all ages. They are especially beneficial to kids in kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade.
Let your kids fill them in or combine the charts with hands-on manipulatives to help kids visualize amount.
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How to Print
- Simply click the image to bring up a PDF version of the chart
- Each printable fits a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch piece of paper
Printer friendly designs done in all black and white. There is even a binder friendly version with a larger margin on the left hand side!
Its the little details that makes the whole process of printing out and placing within students binders quick and easy. As a former teacher, I loved when a worksheet could be hole punched without any of the wording being cut off.
Printable Hundred Charts
A hundreds chart is a grid with 100 squares. Each chart has ten rows with ten columns making it a 10 X 10 grid. Charts can be blank or filled in.
On the first two versions, all of the numbers from 1 to 100 are filled in using an easy to read font. Then there is a blank version without any numbers along with a partially filled in printable chart!
Blank hundred charts are a great resource to use when exploring math with young children. Each box measures around a ½ inch which is perfect for young kids. Small rocks, stones, or any small object can be placed within each square.
A wonderful way for little learners to visualize amount. As they place an item in a square they can count each object. Perfect for visualizing addition and subtraction problems.
Related Resource: Tens and Ones Place Value Charts
Math Skills to Practice
- Number Sense
- Number Order
- Patterns and Trends
- Skip Counting
A hundred chart is a great way for young children to visualize math problems.Use them when practicing counting, adding, and subtracting.
Its amazing how adding a number chart to your math lessons can help kids get a better understanding of number sense when solving math problems.
Even before kids begin adding and subtracting, these charts can be used for number order and counting. Once ready, young children can even practice skip counting.
Older children can identify patterns and trends within the numbers on the chart. For example, you can identify how the tens place increases by one as you move down a column on the chart.
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