Numbers to 120
Are your and your little friends learning all about the 120 chart? This is a packet of 5 activities to help your friends study, understand, and build the 120 chart! 4 of the activities were an entire lesson for my little sweeties and they were engaged the WHOLE time! The 5th activity is a great assessment, or perfect for a math tub.
Each activity comes with a teacher direction page, and has all the materials you will need for the activity! :)
120 Chart Pictures- Students color a picture on the 120 chart by coloring in squares. Then, they work with a partner and call out the numbers. For example, "color 45 blue," or "color 1-9 yellow." My friends LOVED creating the pictures ,and they LOVED sharing them with their friends even more!
Counting Strips- Students cut and color strips of 10 numbers (1-10, 11-20, etc) and build a large 120 chart on a sheet of construction paper. This could easily be printed on cardstock for a simple math tub!
Draw and Color- Students cut out all the numbers on the 120 chart and place in a baggie. Then, they draw a number and color it in on their 120 chart. This is a great take home activity, and could also be printed on cardstock and cut for an easy math tub!
120 Chart Puzzles- Students get puzzle pieces of the 120 chart and glue them together to make a large 120 chart. This activity is great for a small group activity, or as intervention to look at patterns on the 120 chart.
Scoot Around the Room- Students rotate seats (or walk around the room) and look at number strips with two missing numbers. Then, they determine the missing numbers and write it on the recording sheet. This activity is a fun, engaging, but informative assessment to use at the end of your unit! :) This would also be perfect as a Math Tub or Write the Room workstation.