Using 120 (or 119) charts in your classroom provides students the ability to think flexibly about numbers, recognize place value, see number relationships, recognize benchmark numbers and their relationship to other numbers, develops base-ten understanding, and helps children see patterns in the number sequence.
Eight different Math Centers Sets are included in this packet of materials including:
• Pattern Rules on the # Charts (0-49, 1-50, 0-119, and 1-120)
• 6 Teacher Created # Chart Puzzles for each of the following # Charts: 0-49, 1-50, 0-119, and 1-120
• Missing Numbers for each of the following # Charts: 0-49, 1-50, 0-119, and 1-120
• Student Created # Chart Puzzles (2 versions!)
Included are complete instructions for printing and setting up your Math Centers. Just choose color or black and white printer friendly, print everything on card stock and laminate or place in protective covers to use over and over again.
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You might also like to consider:
— Developing Place Value Concepts: Number Cards 0-120
— Number Charts 0 - 120 - Race Cars & Slug Bugs!
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