Flipped 100 charts plus games
What makes this hundred chart so special? This is not just your average 100 chart, this one is bottom up and goes to 1000! You can glue them together as a poster, put them on rings as reference cards or cut them up like puzzles! Plus we have included some fun games for your students to use.
What makes this hundred chart so special? This is not just your average 100 chart, this one is bottom up and goes to 1000! You can glue them together as a poster, put them on rings as reference cards or cut them up like puzzles!
Why use these charts?
When using an upward 100 chart students can easily articulate what is happening to the size of the numbers e.g ‘when going up the chart the value of the number also goes up’. Students can use cubes or connector rods to demonstrate this: stacked vertically to physically see quantitative increases as more cubes are added. They see the number increase and visually experience the quantity getting larger/growing in value. As cubes are removed, students see the quantity physically get smaller.
The moves on this hundred chart accurately reflect the way students describe their moves on a number line. Moving to the right on a horizontal number line is an increase, and moving up on a vertical number line is an increase. Student language, modelling and reasoning all mirror one another.
How do they work?
The first 100 chart begins in the bottom left cell at 1 and works its way up to 100. The second begins at 101 to 200 and so on. Ten charts count up to 1000. I have also included a blank chart, an ideas list and some fun game instructions.
- 10 upward counting boards/chart
- 3 game instruction pages (plus on extra game board)
- Ideas list with a range of activity ideas for all your learners to use
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