# Number Chart Math Activities Counting by 100, 1,000, and 10,000 up to a Million

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This variety of number charts has been created for the purpose of helping students become strong with their sense of number. Students struggle with many mathematical concepts because they cannot simply count forwards and/or backwards beginning from any number. After second grade there is little attention given to counting past 1,000. Just because students can count to 1,000 doesn’t mean that they understand the patterns that occur in all numbers. These charts are a guide to help students understand numbers that occur after 1,000. Because students have difficulties understanding patterns in large numbers, these charts count by 100’s, 1000’s and 10,000’s as opposed to counting by 1’s to help students more readily see these larger numbers. Also, some of these charts have numbers past benchmark numbers. For example, the charts may have numbers such as 10,900, which count past 10,000, to help students to see the continuing progression. These charts would be an excellent prequel to rounding larger numbers. I made them for the purpose of helping students in fourth grade understand rounding because students weren’t able to tell me what number occurred 1,000 before or after a number when the number was involving more than four digits.

Number charts: The filled in number charts are in this booklet for students to observe patterns with and/or without their teacher’s guided discussion. Filling in the number charts will probably not take an entire hour class period. Guiding the students into a discussion about vertical, horizontal, and diagonal number patterns before and after filling out a number chart will be most valuable to the students in developing recognition of number patterns.

Below shows the listing of the specific number pages. For each set of number charts there is a completely filled in number chart and four additional number charts with blanks increasing in difficulty for students to fill out. Because they increase in difficulty, this could provide for scaffolded practice or for differentiation.

Teacher Notes………..................................................Page 3

Posters Showing How to Say Large Numbers……….Pages 4-6

100 to 10,000 Counting by 100 Number Charts…..... Pages 7-11

0 to 10,900 Counting by 100 Number Charts…....…..Pages 12-16

500 to 100,000 Counting by 500 Number Charts.…...Pages 17-21

1,000 to 100,000 Counting by 1,000 Number Charts..Pages 22-26

0 to 100,000 Counting by 1,000 Number Charts..……Pages 27-31

10,000 to 1,000,000 Counting by 10,000 Number Charts…Pages 32-36

0 to 1,090,000 Counting by 10,000 Number Charts…Pages 37-41

Teacher Notes……..……………………………............Page 42

Credits…………………………………….……..............Page 43

The fill in number charts could be placed in centers if laminated for students to use with a dry erase marker.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use place value understanding to round multi-digit whole numbers to any place.
Read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form. Compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.
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