FREE because so many teachers offered input in their creation, but sinc e I still couldn't decide because everyone offered valid points I made them to meet all of your suggestions.
These were created so that my students could have a durable number chart at their fingertips. I copied and laminated them and they keep the in their math bag. Lamination allowed them to use a dry erase marker.
I had a difficult time deciding which number chart to use so I provided several options. Math with touch points or a block numbers. I also included 0-130 with lines starting at 1 ending with o (tens) and 0-129 beginning with 0 (tens) and ending with nines. I also have these charts with the tens column highlighted.
I hope you and your students like them. I also created a copy for home which I did not laminate.
This can be used for a wide variety of games.
These are also part of math helper set with a quick math reference chart. This is also available with smaller visions to copy two to a page.