Desktop/Tabletop 120 Charts ~ Zero on the Left

Desktop/Tabletop 120 Charts ~ Zero on the Left
Desktop/Tabletop 120 Charts ~ Zero on the Left
Desktop/Tabletop 120 Charts ~ Zero on the Left
Desktop/Tabletop 120 Charts ~ Zero on the Left
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This file contains four different sets of desktop (1/4 of a sheet of paper) and tabletop (a whole sheet of paper) 120 grids for student and teacher use. These are a little different than the 120 grids typically featured in textbooks and resources because they begin with the zero on the left, instead of on the right.

Inside this file, you will find:
* Desktop/tabletop 120 charts with 0 on the left - chalkboard theme
* Desktop/tabletop 120 charts with 0 on the left - black/white chevron theme
* Desktop/tabletop 120 charts with 0 on the left - "hand drawn" black & white design
* Desktop/tabletop 120 charts with 0 on the left - no border
* Some information about why the 0 on the left is useful. (Read on!)

Why start with the 0 on the left?
Place value is a hard concept for students to understand. We want our students to be confident in this concept, not rely on rote counting without meaning. Traditional number charts begin with the 0 on the right, and then start a new row with the numbers 1-10. The next row has the numbers 11-20, and the pattern continues.

When you are working with students to identify decades, it's sometimes hard to see on a traditional number chart. This is because the first number in the decade appears in a different row than the other numbers. For instance, 20 appears in a different row than the numbers 21-29, and 30 (not part of the decade) is tacked on at the end of that string. This can confuse students who are unable to identify the repeating pattern. Using a chart with the 0 on the left preserves the decade structure and makes sure that all the numbers in a decade are in one row.

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Desktop/Tabletop 120 Charts ~ Zero on the Left
Desktop/Tabletop 120 Charts ~ Zero on the Left
Desktop/Tabletop 120 Charts ~ Zero on the Left
Desktop/Tabletop 120 Charts ~ Zero on the Left