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A collection of ideas to use with your classroom Hundreds Chart. Students volunteer to cover numbers with sticky notes, and choose peers to answer. Use personal charts for a great partner activity. Whimsy Workshop Teaching

A collection of ideas to use with your classroom Hundreds Chart. Students volunteer to cover numbers with sticky notes, and choose peers to answer. Use personal charts for a great partner activity.

Kids draw the parts of the story on it on sticky notes and place them on the retell/comprehension chart. Three little pigs

What a great retell/comprehension interactive/anchor chart to create with the class. They love seeing their work go up on the chart and it is great for their comprehension.

Fun, basic math station for start of school.  Perhaps bring in other manipulatives to represent the numeral?

Roll, Write, Tally and Show can be used during center time or in small group. This activity helps students to recognize numbers on a dice as well as different ways to represent the number. Helps students to improve number sense of numbers Abby

A Twist on the 100s Chart | What I Have Learned - Do you use 100s charts in your room?  How do you help students "cross a ten"?  Here's one way.

A Twist on the 100's Chart :: Freebie

Do your students have difficulty crossing over a ten when counting, adding, or subtracting?  This twist on the hundreds chart may be the key that unlocks their success.

A Twist on the 100's Chart :: Freebie

A twist on the chart creates a cylinder of the hundreds chart so students can move across a ten without having to go to the next line. This helped my kindergarteners immensely when we got into counting larger numbers.

In this game, students partner up. All groups need 6 unifix cubes and one hundreds chart. Then one student closes their eyes while the other student covers 6 numbers. Then the student whose eyes were closed must correctly tell their friend what numbers they covered.

Students partner up. All groups need 6 unifix cubes and one hundreds chart. Then one student closes their eyes while the other student covers 6 numbers. Then the student whose eyes were closed must correctly tell their friend what numbers they covered.

One pinner says: DID THIS! It rocked! EVERYONE was involved, and you wouldn't believe the QUESTIONS THEY ASKED! I had no idea they were so EXISTENTIAL!!!

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