Counting to 100 and 120 | Fill in the Missing Numbers DIFFERENTIATED Practice

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Maria Gavin from Kinder Craze
Grade Levels
K - 2nd
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Help your students master counting to 100 or 120 with these differentiated counting and number writing activities! Students will work on counting, number identification and number writing as they fill in the missing numbers on the number charts. This Counting to 100 or 120 resource includes 36 number charts with various numbers missing. Students will fill in the missing numbers as they focus on counting and writing their numbers to 120 one decade at a time. The first writing activity in each set shows a line of 10 boxes. Students will write in the missing numbers to count to 10. The second activity displays 20 boxes for students to complete, followed by a page with 30 boxes, and continues up to 120. A great way to easily provide differentiated counting practice for your students.

This PDF file includes a separate chart for each decade, broken into three sets for differentiated practice. It also includes a 100 chart and 120 chart to print and laminate for student reference while they complete each set.

These counting to 100 or 120 activities are perfect for independent practice, small group instruction, math centers, morning work, early finishers or as homework.

Counting to 100 and 120 - Fill in the Missing Numbers Practice includes:

  • 36 number charts for counting and number writing practice
  • Counting practice done by decade starting with 10 and building to 120
  • Each decade includes 3 differentiated options

Easy Differentiation:

  • 3 differentiated options for each decade
  • 3 numbers missing per line
  • 6 numbers missing per line
  • 10 numbers missing per line

See What Other Teachers Are Saying . . .

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ This was a great way for my students to practice their number sense with numbers to and above 100. They had fun filling in the blanks, and I liked that there are a variety of levels to meet each student where they're at.

⭐⭐⭐⭐ My first graders LOVED this resource. They loved building on their skills, first counting to forty, then eighty, then one hundred and finally one hundred and twenty. It is an excellent, differentiated resource that all of my students enjoyed. It is differentiated as such that each child can be successful.

⭐⭐⭐⭐ This was a great activity to use as a station in my resource room. After small group instruction, my students could practice using these sheets and I could still individualize for each student.

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