Young students just learning about numbers? The 100 number chart is a great way for students to discover number patterns, skip count, and just recognizable number symbols.
There are 20 cards in this activity.
To use this activity:
*each student needs a 100 chart (with 1 inch squares)
*each student needs 20 color tiles (1 inch tiles)
*distribute all cards
*each student reads the directions on their card
*all students cover the number(s) described
*after all 20 cards have been used, a recognizable picture will appear on the 100 chart (solution key provided).
If you do not have 100 charts for your students, look for my FREE copy. I glue these into a file folder and laminate. The file folder makes them easy to fold and store!
You might also like to check these 'cover-up' products:
*100 chart cover-up (smiley face)
*Base-10 cover-up on 100 chart
*100 chart cover-up using base-10 models (snowman)
*Pumpkin cover-up on 100 chart
*USA cover-up on 100 chart
*100 chart cover-up (10 less than a number)
Enjoy, Mary Alice Hatchett