Students will enjoy this hundreds chart mystery picture activity with 2 flowers to choose from. They won't realize they are practicing place value and numbers to 100!
First, students need to determine the numbers when given the number of tens and ones and record the number. Then, students need to color the squares on the hundreds chart with the recorded numbers.
I would copy the two student pages on one 11"X17" paper so students have the clues and the hundreds chart on one page.
Save your ink - this activity is black and white!
These are turning out to be such a great activity with my kids. If I have them fill in the numbers themselves it's a great motivation for them to write their numbers neatly so they can get to the coloring part and I can assess handwriting at the same time!
I'm so glad you like these. My students work so hard at them and they are a perfect independent activity for students while I do individual assessments. I have a few other ones in my store (ladybug, butterfly, apple tree, Easter) but I plan to make more. the hardest part for me is designing the picture on the hundreds chart. Stay tuned!