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Number 100 Printable Collection
K - 2nd
Whether you’re celebrating the 100th day of school or introducing hundred charts to your class, these printable activities are sure to engage your students. The included hundred charts focus on adding and subtracting with some fun riddles to solve. Use the 1–100 coloring pages for center rotations or to have a 100th day of school parade! Simply print out numbers 1 through 100, give each student a number to decorate, and have them march proudly in the parade with their number! Create your FREE ABCmouse for Teachers account to access these and thousands more offline and digital resources for Preschool through 2nd grade. Visit www.ABCmouse.com/Teachers to sign up.
Second Grade Summer Math Practice Book
1st - 3rd CCSS: Adaptable
Stop the summer lag with a set of second grade Common Core based math practice sheets. Learners fill in hundreds charts with missing numbers up to 1,000. They practice writing numbers in standard, expanded, and word form. Children also...
Counting and Cardinality
Pre-K - 2nd
Counting and cardinality are key to building basic number sense in young mathematicians. Beginning with writing numbers to 10, the collection is organized so that each resource directly relates to, or builds upon, the previous one. Learners are able to count and write numbers all the way to 120 before learning how to skip count by 2s, 3s, 5s, and 10s. These skills all help build basic number sense in order to add and subtract. The collection includes helpful math tools, such as ten frames, hundred charts, and dot cards, that prove valuable in reinforcing these skills.
K-5 Mathematics Module: Number and Number Sense
K - 5th CCSS: Adaptable
Reinforce number sense with a collection of math lessons for kindergarteners through fifth graders. Young mathematicians take part in hands-on activities, learning games, and complete skills-based worksheets to enhance proficiency in...
Twenty Questions: The Hundred Chart
2nd - 6th CCSS: Designed
Use the 20 Questions game to practice math vocabulary and number properties! Project a hundreds chart and hand one out to learners. Ideally, give them counters (beans would work well) to mark off the chart so you can play multiple times....