120 Chart Math Games and Printables

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This set of six games for the 120 chart will build your students' skills in adding and subtracting by moving up and back by ones and tens.

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Four of the games practice adding and subtracting one and ten in similar formats with different themes: zoo, space, pirates, and dinosaurs - kid favorites to keep engagement high!

The other two games are designed to include strategizing (e.g., is it better to add or subtract on this turn?), providing extra challenge and making it easy for you to differentiate.

Each of these easy prep games is just one page, with no cards to print or cut!

What else does this resource include?

* A template for your students to create their own 120 chart game.

* Four printable pages for practice or assessment on adding and subtracting one and ten

How will you use these games in your classroom?

* Make multiple copies for your math centers.

* Use any of the games as an independent seatwork activity, with students following the same directions to move their own marker to 120.

* These games are perfect for an easy-to-prepare partner practice time after a math lesson.

* Keep a few copies of the games on hand for your early finishers.

* These are a low-prep effective activity for a substitute teacher.

What have teachers like you said about these games?

Kim said, "These are so versatile and handy to keep in clear sleeves for many occasions! Thank you. The kids will often ask to use them for fast finisher activities."

Lee said, "This is a great game to add to my math center. I used it as a partner game last year, but I appreciate that it can be adapted to be a "math by myself" game, if necessary."

Jayne said, "Anytime I can find games to use with the 120 chart, I feel like I've discovered gold! These really help to add variety to my 120 center."

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a written numeral.
Given a two-digit number, mentally find 10 more or 10 less than the number, without having to count; explain the reasoning used.

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