How To Make A 100s Number Chart For Kids

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How To Make A 100s Number Chart For Kids

Cool Math For Kids

Learn how to make a 100s chart for kids and help make counting to 100 cool math for kids with Elliot and myABCdad Learning for Kids.

Make a 100s chart for kids and benefit from immediate numbers success. Make learning visual. In our DIY 100s chart, easy connections can be made between number symbols, amounts and names of numbers from 1 to 100.

In almost every Kindergarten classroom, you will find a 100s chart. The chart itself is often made of nylon. It is usually blue or yellow and has transparent plastic pockets to place numbers 1 to 100. Normally, after removing number cards empty pockets remain.

Visual Learning Support

As a Kindergarten teacher and a parent, I feel it is more child friendly to have a corresponding background of number amounts. This helps provide students visual learning support. You can achieve this with our DIY 100s Chart. Create a background displaying each amount. When removing a number card, learners can now reflect on the amount each represents.

Not only does our version of a 100s chart provide amount backgrounds, but each number card identifies the number symbol and number name.

Our DIY 100s chart can also be made in two ways, one displaying a background of amounts. Or, create a background consisting of number symbols and number names.

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Elliot is in Kindergarten in France. He is also learning at home with his dad. At myABCdad Learning for Kids, we offer teaching resources and video tutorials to support learning at home for parents and kids.With 15 years of primary classroom teaching experience in seven different countries across our gorgeous globe, I create practical, visual worksheet resources. My son Elliot joins me to have a go and try each. We capture the action on video to help frame ways to help learning and build understanding working alongside children.I love tailoring resources to meet the needs of my growing son. We also love sharing with you. Please let us know if you have questions, requests or ideas by sending us an e-mail at -