Bring Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month (March) and Week (March 11-17, 2018) or World MS Day (May 30, 2018) to your classroom learning with these MS Awareness Hundred Chart Mystery Pictures. Your students will practice number identification and counting skills while building awareness of Multiple Sclerosis and the colors and symbols attached to MS Awareness Month. The picture options included in this resource are the orange MS Awareness ribbon, a "cross out MS" symbol, and an orange heart. There are two activity options for differentiation: a completed number chart for coloring only and a blank chart for students to write in the numbers themselves before coloring. The answer key reveals the colored picture.
A few links to MS organization websites are provided in the resource to find more information about Multiple Sclerosis, including resources geared for teaching kids about MS.
Optional number cards are included for students who need an easier way to see and keep track of the numbers they are to color with each picture. These can be printed on colored paper and given to students who need extra support, or used as a game in which students pick a card and find the number on the chart.
Thank you for spreading awareness about this unpredictable disease that affects so many families! I dedicate this product to my father, who has battled with MS for 15 years. Hope for a cure!