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This set of activities included in this pack include:

1. I can find the number 100. There is two sets of 4 mats. One set has numbers 1, 10, and 100 to choose from. The other set of 4 mats has count by 10s numbers. Laminate these mats and have students circle the number 100.

2. I can color the path to 100s. Get one of the three versions of printables. (One version is only 100s, another is count by 10s, and the last is count by 5’s.) Students should color the math to the ending number. Answer keys are provided.

3. I can write the number 100. This is a handwriting practice with FIVE versions. Next, there is a set of 100s charts that allow students to write their numbers from 1-100.

4. I can make number puzzles to 100. Print out two sets of the colored mat you want to use. Laminate both. Take one version and cut it into chunks. Place them in the baggie. Students can use the complete page to use as a mat they could use to build their 100s chart on top of.

5. I can play a number identification game with numbers 1-100. There are two mats to choose from and number cards. Choose either mat and the numbers you desire. If students know the number, they can roll a die and move that many spaces towards the end to win.

6. I can break down numbers by tens and ones. You will see 4 color coded sets of cards that are all identical. This is so you can print sets of a small group of students to use, each with their own colored set. I do not recommend using ALL the cards, but only some. Students look at the number and break it down into tens and ones. You will also find a worksheet with 9 spots. I did not write in the numbers so you can write in the numbers you want your students to work on. (I also added an orange set with SOME numbers filled in per a teacher request. )

7. I can count sets to make the number 100. You will find two versions of this activity. One version is for sets of 20 and another is for sets of 10. Each version has two worksheets, one with spots on it to help guide the learner. You can use crayons, markers, dots, stickers, whatever you want. You will also see another sheet with 10 columns of 10 for the same reason.

8. I can look at 100 to think about if I want it or not. There is a chart and cards to discuss if 100 of everything is GOOD. You can project one chart or use the printable cards for a pocket charts. You will find printables for students to use.

9. I can write about 100 if I want it or not. After you discuss the chart of things you would or would not want 100 of things, you can use a printable and word wall to assist with their writing.

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by Mary Amoson

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