A hundred chart (or hundred board) is a great resource for all levels of math. For Delaney, I cover up numbers with colored tiles and she tells me which numbers are hiding. Both girls have used the hundred chart to circle skip counting patterns, too. I thought I would share a few hundred chart activities and resources that we have been using lately:
Natalie is loving the hundred board logic problems at Mathwire (pictured above). She completed all three problems, and I need to spend some time creating more like them. Mathwire has other hundred board activities too, including hundred board puzzles and missing numbers.
Let’s Play Math has a collection of 20+ Things To Do With a Hundred Chart – from simple number pattern activities to more complicated multiplication and fraction work. Lots of great ideas!
Give the Dog a Bone online game – find 10 numbers on a blank hundred chart in one minute.
Tip of the Day: Need a hundred chart? Find a printable hundred chart at The Math Worksheet Site (you can print one from 1-100 or from 0-99). Print it on cardstock, laminate it, and then you can use it for games, solving problems, finding patterns, etc.
I would love to hear how you are using a hundred chart to practice math skills!