I'm always looking for new math stations that help my students become more familiar with a hundreds board. This station will allow your students to practice identifying one less, one more, ten less, and ten more for numbers up to 120. I have included a full color version of the station, as well as an ink-saving black and white version.
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This was great. Kids like the center a lot and I found that I could even use it on the smartboard. If you ever wanted to turn this into a straight smartboard lesson, I think it would be great that way, too!
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Hi, Sorry about sending this through here, but couldn't find a way to contact you via email. As well as number 110 there is a problem with 43. It has the cards 33,42,44,54. It should have 32,42,44 and 53.
February 13, 2013
I don't know how to email you individually so I apologize. For number 110 you have the following four numbers: 120, 110, 100, and 109. But 110 should be 111 (for 1 more).
It has 22 puzzles (4 pieces to each puzzle). I printed mine all on one color, but now I wish I would've printed it on two different colors and divided it into two sets-- there's so many pieces!! There's two puzzles for numbers under 10, two for numbers in the twenties, two for numbers in the thirties, etc. (above 100 there's only 103 and 115) Does that help? :)