Hundreds Chart Puzzles Print and Digital Math Activities Google Classroom

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Shae Hare - TeacherMood
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K - 3rd
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20 puzzles (each at 3 differentiated levels)
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My students love to complete these cards as an early finisher activity. I put 2 to a page and then laminated them!
I absolutely LOVE this resource! I tell my students they are puzzles and have to figure it out. It is great that it is just chunks of the 100 chart to really get them thinking. Thank you!


This hundreds chart activity will help your students develop number sense, mental math strategies, and place value concepts! Each task card includes a different "chunk," or section, of the hundreds chart with clues to assist the student in solving the math puzzle. Perfect for any model of instruction, these come with a printable version, as well as a digital Google Slides version for use with Google Classroom. The digital math task cards are a great way to incorporate technology for in-person learners, and are perfect for distance learning!

This math practice is perfect for developing mental math strategies for 10 more and 10 less and 1 more and 1 less!

The differentiated hundreds chart activity provides 3 levels of support to make providing targeted support EASY for teachers!

  • Set A - Provides the most support with 5 Clues to help students solve the hundreds chart puzzle
  • Set B - Provides some support with 3 clues to help students solve the hundreds chart puzzle
  • Set C - Provides the least support with only 1 clue to help students solve the hundreds chart puzzle

This set includes 20 differentiated puzzles in color and printer-friendly, black and white. You also get a digital version of each color set! An answer key is included. There are also a few pages included with tips to help you get started with the digital task cards.

How to Use this Resource:

Use these task cards during whole group number talks, in a small-group math station, as independent math practice, morning work, or even at the teacher table for guided practice or during math interventions.

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20 puzzles (each at 3 differentiated levels)
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a written numeral.
Given a two-digit number, mentally find 10 more or 10 less than the number, without having to count; explain the reasoning used.


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