25 different configurations of a "broken 100’s charts".
These partial frames (puzzles) of the 100’s chart have matching color numbers to ensure pieces stay with correct puzzle.
Students will only see a portion of the 100's chart and need to figure out which numbers go into the "puzzle".
The puzzle boards can be used in different ways. For example:
Use with colored numbers that coincide with the puzzle board. Once the numbers are cut out - students will place the correct numbers into the “broken 100’s chart” around the given number.
Charts (puzzle board) can be laminated and students can write the numbers in with a dry erase marker. (Great for differentiating the activity).
Project the frames onto the smartboard for small group activity.
Printing on cardstock then laminating the boards and numbers would make it a great math center activity!