A simple hundred chart for kindergarten and first grade math students, this My Hundred Chart includes goal checkboxes for counting to 100 and skip counting.
5 Day Hopscotch: 5 Essential Printables For 1st Grade Math
Day 1: My Hundred Chart
The first printable in my 5 Essential Printables For 1st Grade Math is the My Hundred Chart. I know there’s like a gazillion free hundred charts on Pinterest, but I just wanted to make something simple that I could reproduce whenever I needed to. I also thought it would be fun to add some goal checkboxes for counting to 100 and skip counting. We all love checkboxes around here 🙂
You can do so many fun activities on a hundred chart. The nice thing about having this saved on your computer is that you can print it out whenever you need a copy. You can print some out and have your kids color all the numbers counting by 2, 3, 5, 10 – whatever they’re working on. You can also laminate it and use dry erase markers to practice skip counting. I also like using this for a number line.
One of the best #momwin moments was when I pulled out the random Shopkins and tiny toys my daughters had collected and starting using those on the hundreds chart. We love using the clear circle space markers, but it’s just so much more fun with a minion hopping from square to square!
Add some dice and you can make up a game on the spot that helps your kiddo work on whatever concept they’re struggling with.
So if you don’t yet have a hundred chart saved on your computer or printed out for your math buddy, download this one and have some hundred chart fun!