Are you missing numbers in your hundreds chart pocket chart? As teachers we all know that years of student use and wear and tear can cause damage to classroom materials. These number cards were designed to be used as replacement numbers for a 100 Chart Pocket Chart. Each number card measures 2 inches by 2 inches.
Simply print, laminate, and cut out each number card. Place cards in a pocket chart that was designed to hold 100 numbers. I suggest using cardstock for durability.
2 sets of number cards are included:
Set 1: Blue Border
Numbers are provided in a variety of font colors for skip counting options (blues-2’s, green-5’s, purple-10’s, red-3’s), all on simple white backgrounds to not distract during math tasks.
Set 2) Black Border
Additional cards are included with full color backgrounds on the skip counting cards to make patterns more easily recognized.
In addition to using these number cards to fill a pocket chart, you could also use them in a variety of ways.
Missing Numbers- Fill in most of the pocket chart but leave some numbers out. Students can fill in the correct numbers.
Ordering Numbers- Pass out a handful of cards to students. Have them place the cards in number order (least to greatest or greatest to least). Students could also each hold one number and physically move to get in order.
Comparing Numbers- Students will choose 2 cards to compare using less than or greater than signs.
Skip Counting- Use the colored number cards to review skip counting patterns.
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