Number Puzzles - Ordering Numbers on a 100s Chart

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Help your students understand the 100s chart with these fun and easy to use number puzzles. Print onto coloured paper, laminate and cut into puzzle pieces. Store in a zip lock bag. Also included are 28 Missing Numbers cards, perfect for early finishers and blank number puzzles.

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To make Number Puzzles:

Print multiple copies of the number chart on different colored paper (this makes it easier when pieces are separated from their set), laminate, then cut out into puzzle pieces. Store in a zip lock bag. Use them again and again whenever children need a reminder. They take a while to make, but then last forever! I have a whole box full!


Included in this pack:

Number Charts 1-20

Number Charts 1-50

Number Chart 1-100

Number Chart 1-120 (to use when concentrating on bridging to the next decade or century

Number Chart 100-200

Number Chart 100-220

Number Chart 200-300

Number Chart 1200-1300

Blank puzzles (laminate then use a whiteboard marker to write numbers and have a friend fill in the missing numbers. Great for differentiation!

28 Missing Number Cards

6 Blank Number Puzzles



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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).


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