This Flip-the-Flap hundred chart manipulative is my version of a clever idea I saw on Pinterest, and I felt it was worth sharing! Print enough cards for your students to each have their own to use along with their own personal hundred chart made to fit. Use for homework, classwork, or support as needed.
Directions for students: Place the empty window over a number and try to name the number that is one more, one less, ten more, and ten less. Flip the flap to check your answer.
Prep: Print on card stock (Walmart brand is decent quality and reasonably priced). Cut out each card. Carefully cut along the red dotted lines (I used and X-acto knife and it worked very well). The center square will pop out and be empty. Push flaps out to create a fold line, then push them back to lie flat. I didn’t laminate mine, but I suppose you could if you wanted to take it another step.
In this packet:
Description, directions, prep, and contents
Flip-the-Flap cards (4 per page)
1 practice page and 1 “make your own” practice page