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# Number Mazes for Sequencing Numbers to 120 | Counting to 100 or 120 in Sequence

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Help your primary students master counting to 100 or 120 with these fun and interactive number sequencing number mazes. Your students will love grabbing bingo daubers (or crayons) to work their way through the maze by counting numbers in sequence. This differentiated resource allows you to work on counting numbers 1 - 20 and build on that all the way to 120. Each set of mazes (by decade) includes two options: a "regular" maze with empty spaces and a "challenge" maze where all spaces on the chart are filled and students must identify the proper path. This set of number mazes helps students gradually learn to count and recognize numbers from 1 to 120. Students begin at 1 and color each number in sequence to complete the maze. Your students will love completing these number sequencing mazes as part of morning work, math centers, small group instruction, for independent practice, as an early finisher activity or for homework. They are the perfect activity to help you prepare for the 100th day of school!

Number Mazes for Sequencing Numbers to 120 includes:

• Number Maze for Counting 1 - 20 (2 options included)
• Number Maze for Counting 1 - 30 (2 options included)
• Number Maze for Counting 1 - 40 (2 options included)
• Number Maze for Counting 1 - 50 (2 options included)
• Number Maze for Counting 1 - 60 (2 options included)
• Number Maze for Counting 1 - 70 (2 options included)
• Number Maze for Counting 1 - 80 (2 options included)
• Number Maze for Counting 1 - 90 (2 options included)
• Number Maze for Counting 1 - 100 (2 options included)
• Number Maze for Counting 1 - 110 (2 options included)
• Number Maze for Counting 1 - 120 (2 options included)

See What Other Teachers Are Saying . . .

My students loved these mazes, and I loved that I could easily differentiate to challenge my "high-flyers," as well as provide for the needs of my students who weren't ready for as much of a challenge yet.

⭐ My students LOVE doing these every Friday as a warm-up. We "practice" with the side that has blanks and then we do the side where all the boxes are filled in. They love this and it makes it easy for students who need more practice with counting.

⭐ What a fun, engaging way to develop that number fluency, especially for my math strugglers. This is such a fun math center activity that they can do independently. I just love your products and blog. Thank you so much!

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