Practice important early math skills and celebrate the 100th day of school with your kindergarten learners using this free printable 100 chart! Grab these fun and engaging kindergarten worksheets today!
I’m excited to share this cute new Free Printable 100 Chart with you! This printable resource is perfect for practicing lots of early math skills in your classroom this year.
Kindergartners can build math skills by writing numbers, exploring place value, and skip counting. Plus, 100 charts can be used to help kids add and subtract too.
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Got something planned for the 100th day of school? I have some great ideas for how you can use this chart to add extra learning fun to your 100th day of lessons with this free printable 100 chart.
Keep reading to discover some great ideas and get your own printable kindergarten math worksheets today.
Celebrate the 100th Day of School
Celebrating the 100th day of school is a fun way to mark how far you’ve all come together this year. If you’re homeschooling, it’s a unique way to celebrate all the learning fun you’ve been having together along the way.
These free printable kindergarten worksheets are a simple no-prep way to celebrate, especially if your kids love writing numbers as much as my little guy.
It seems like he’s always writing numbers, which is why I created these free printable 100 chart kindergarten worksheets.
If your kids aren’t so into writing numbers, try having them color all 100 squares of the chart. Coloring is a great way to build concentration, coordination, and fine motor skills.
Plus, most kids love to color. And of course, don’t forget to check out these no-prep printable Color by Number 100th Day Kindergarten Worksheets!
While you’re celebrating, you can build literary skills too. Read Rocket’s 100th Day of School* by Tad Hill with your kindergartners.
It’s an early reader, so kindergartners and first graders can help you read this story aloud. Then, kids can enjoy working on their 100 charts!
Finally, celebrate the 100th day of school with games! To play games with this free printable 100 chart, print the chart and then fill it in.
First, choose a secret number and don’t tell your little learner. Then, let them guess using only yes or no questions.
Don’t forget to laminate the My Number Chart that’s included!
Build Math Skills with a 100 Chart
Did you know this free printable 100 chart also presents lots of awesome ways to build early math skills with your little learners? Check out some of these awesome skills your kids can practice with a 100 chart:
- Fill in some of the numbers on this 100 chart and have your kindergartners fill in the missing numbers. Learning to fill in missing values will help kids build math skills for addition and subtraction. I included an extra worksheet with some of the numbers already filled in so that your little learners can practice this important skill.
- Use mini erasers or other small manipulatives to practice counting to 100. You can even use your Free Printable 100 Chart as a reference and count aloud as you cover each number that you’ve written.
- Learn about even and odd numbers using this free printable 100 chart too. Have your kindergarten learners choose two colors. Then, color all the even numbers one color and color every odd number a different color. Recognizing even and odd numbers helps kids develop number sense and lays a foundation for learning more complex math concepts later.
- Uses this free printable 100 chart to practice skip counting skills. Kids can fill in their 100 chart as they skip count by 2,5, or 10. Singing skip counting songs is one of the little guy’s favorite math activities.
How will you use this free printable 100 chart in your classroom? How will you celebrate the 100th day this year? Share your ideas in the comment section.
Free Printable 100 Chart
There are three Free Printable 100 Chart Kindergarten Worksheets and a Free Printable My Number Chart included in this set.
Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
I hope you enjoy using these free printable kindergarten worksheets with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.
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