This hundreds board actually goes to 120 and has colored boxes to help students correctly track from one line to the next. A black and white version is also included if you don't have access to a color printer (you can create your own colored chart by using a marker).
Some students have difficulty traveling from one row to the next, so these colored boxes will help alleviate this problem. When students get to the end of one row, all they need to do is find the the same colored box on the next row. Make sure you discuss with your students that using a hundreds board is similar to reading. You read from left to right and when you get to the end of one row, you start at the beginning of the next row.
If your students are like mine, it takes them some time to figure out what comes after 100. Since this hundreds board goes to 120, they'll understand a lot sooner!
I print mine in color and on white cardstock. Then I laminate and they're good to go for many years!
I use the smaller one as part of their desk name tag.
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