I made this 100 Chart for my students to use on the 100th day of school. Each set of ten is part of a word family. Although many of the words are CVC words (consonant, vowel, consonant words), some of the words do have digraphs or blends. There are several ways to use this chart.
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Lower Level: Have your students read straight through the words by reading 10 words at a time. After reading the 10 words (starting from 1-10), have your students color each box while re-reading the word to themselves as they color. Continue on to the next set of 10 (11-20), and repeat the procedure. Continue until all 100 words have been read and colored. This is the easiest way to read the words, because all of the words are part of the same word family.
Mid Level: Have your students choose a column and read and color all of the words straight down the column (for example: 1, 11, 21, 31, 41, 51, 61, 71, 81, 91). Continue until all of the columns have been read and colored.
Higher Level: Have your students read and color in specific number boxes. For example:
“What word is in box #25?” (tot)
“Color in the word ‘tot’.”
Continue having your students color in the words to specific number boxes until all 100 words have been colored. This not only helps them with their reading skills, but also with their math number awareness. FYI: Doing the activity this way does take much longer.
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