Hundreds Chart Math Game
Numeracy counting practice
Students use the number cards to make a hundreds chart (or chart to 120) on a table top or on the floor.
Students practice finding one more, one less, ten more, ten less, five more, and five less of a given number on a hundreds or 120 chart.
One partner places a bone on a number in the hundreds chart,
the other partner draws a card from the more or less pile and places a bone on the new number. This player now places a new bone on a different number in the hundreds chart and his/her partner draws a card from the more or less pile and places a bone on the new number. Partners take turns pacing bones on the hundreds chart and take turns drawing more or less cards.
If after drawing a card from the more or less pile your new number already
has a bone on it simply place a bone on a different uncovered number and the partner will proceed to take a more or less card number.
Partners continue taking turns until all the numbers are covered with
bones or time is up.
Print 4 copies of the bones sheet, color or black and white
Print additional copies of the more or less value you want students to focus on.
Blank cards are included plus cards for, minus, equal, greater than, less than, dollar,
and cent signs so the number cards can be used for a variety of activities.