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One Hundred Numbers Charts

The first set of charts, let's call them Set One, are made using the font "kids," a rather childish looking font. If the font is an issue and I don't know why I chose to use it, skip down to the next set of charts - Set One B. Set One is a small set 6 printable charts. Each chart takes most of the paper, which just means that it has big squares and big numbers.

Set One

100 number charts100 Number Charts

pdf100 blank - No numbers
pdf100 3s - Missing every third number
pdf100 4s - Missing every fourth number
pdf100 missing even - Missing even numbers
pdf100 missing odd - Missing odd numbers
pdf100 random - Missing random numbers

Set One B - the non-childish-font beginners set

This set is similar to the set above in both size and missing number sets.

100 number charts pdf100-blank - No Numbers - No Header
pdf100-count-all - No Numbers - Count All - "Count to one hundred and write the missing numbers"
pdf100-full-all - All Numbers - No Header
pdf100-odd - Missing Odd Numbers - "Odd Numbers - Fill in the missing odd numbers."
pdf100-even - Missing Even Numbers - "Even Numbers - Fill in the missing even numbers."
pdf100-by 2's - Count by 2's - " Count by twos and write the missing numbers"
pdf100-by 3's - Count by 3's - " Count by threes and write the missing numbers"
pdf100-by 4's - Count by 4's - " Count by fours and write the missing numbers"
pdf100-by 5's - Count by 5's - " Count by fives and write the missing numbers"

typeable 100-number chartsBefore we Leave the Big 100-Number Charts

I'm sure that some of you would like a typeable option for lesson plans or games. I have two typeable 100-number charts. The first one, the PDF is only typeable in the bottom part of the file (see image on left). This typeable could be used for "directions." The second file is a "doc" and the entire file can be typed on, but please leave my name and url on the file.

pdf"Hundred Board" - Bottom section typeable for directions - What is typed is not saved in adobe reader - Type and Print
docHundred Number Chart - Entire file can be typed on, and please leave my name and url on the file.

Set Two

100 Number Charts - Two per sheet

100 number charts pdfBlank
pdfFull
pdfMissing 3 per Row
pdfMissing 4 per Row
pdfMissing 5 per Row
pdfMissing 6 per Row
pdfMissing 7 per Row
pdfMissing 8 per Row
pdfMissing 9 per Row

Set Two B

There will be another Set Two following this one. Set Two B has two charts per printout. The top chart will have missing numbers in mostly the left side of the 100-number chart and the bottom chart will have randomly large number of missing numbers.

100 Number Charts - Two per printout - 20 Printouts

The order in which the worksheets are presented does not matter because all of the missing number 100-number charts below are random. For that reason, the files are identified with numbers.

Set Two C

Like Set Two B, Set Two C has two charts per printout, but unlike Set Two B, he top chart will have missing numbers in mostly the right side of the 100-number chart and the bottom chart will have randomly large number of missing numbers.

100 Number Charts - Two per printout - 20 Printouts

The order in which the worksheets are presented does not matter because all of the missing number 100-number charts below are random. For that reason, the files are identified with numbers.

 

chart
Here is an example of what the filled charts can be used for. Have the child color the 2's, 3's, 4's, etc... The chart pictured on the left has been highlighted by 2's.

pdf6 Small 100# Blank Charts on one sheet
pdf6 100# Charts filled out on one sheet
pdf4 100# Blank Charts on one sheet
pdf1 filled-out 100# chart and 3 blanks
pdf4 100# Charts filled-out
pdfFill in the Numbers Before and After Chart
pdfLarge Blank Chart

An example of how the charts could be used for middle-grades.

chart This chart has been highlighted by 3's I have noted on the image to the left how to check for divisibility by 3. 

To check for divisibility by 3: If the sum of the digits of a number (like the number 927) is divisible by 3, then the number is divisible by 3.

Example:

Take the number 927
Add its digits: 9 + 2 + 7 = 18
The sum is 18, 18 is divisible by 3 and therefore, the number 927 is divisible by 3.

note: 927 is also divisible by 9 because the sum of the digits [18] is divisible by 9.

 

 

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