Thursday, May 24, 2012

1-100 Charts (free printables!)

So we started something recently (more on that soon) that I wanted to make a sticker chart for that went from 1-100.  Simple enough, right?  But after I made the 1-100 chart I had planned on making I started thinking of a lot of other great practical and educational uses for a chart that goes from 1-100.

Here are some of the things that came to mind:

  • sticker chart
  • counting practice
  • number-writing practice
  • countdown to vacation
  • marking off the first 100 days of school

And then I decided that, while I was at it, I might as well go ahead and add a couple simple variations, right?  Right!  So included in this little free printable are the following versions of this simple 1-100 chart.

1-100 Chart with Numbers

All the numbers are filled in!  This is the one we're using for our sticker chart, but it would also be great for practice in number writing, counting, or a number of other things!

1-100 Chart with Only 1 and 100 Written In

This one is more for kids that are practicing writing their numbers.  This gives them cues for where to start and stop, but they'll still have to do the writing and thinking work on their own.

As a side note, I still remember the 1-100 books we made in first grade.  And I remember having to go back and fix mistakes.  Which makes me laugh.  Really?  How did I mess up just writing the numbers from 1-100?

Anyway, if you know a kid who needs as much practice as I apparently did, maybe this chart will help.  :)

100 Blank Circles Chart

This chart is exactly the same as the previous two, but with no numbers!  So it's still great for practicing number writing and counting, but it would also be a lot of fun for practicing patterns, drawing 100 cute, tiny little faces, or a number of other art activities.  What would you do with it?

Get the free printable after the jump!

Terms of use: You're welcome to print as many as you'd like, but please remember that these charts are for personal use only.  Teachers and non-profit organizations are welcome to use them in classrooms and other educational settings.  You may not sell these or try to pass them off as your own.  Thanks.

All three variations of the 1-100 charts are included in the same printable which you can access by clicking HERE or on the image above.  Just print whatever pages you want to use and enjoy!

If you put these little charts to use, I'd love to hear how it goes!


Find more fun and easy preschool ideas on the Preschool page.  You can also find them by clicking on the Preschool button in the header.  Enjoy!   


Sarah Steele said...

These are great! You are an amazing graphic artist...why don't we ever talk about this?

Kevin, Holly, Kari and Bryce said...

Just wanted to say thanks for sharing this. I printed this off for my 5yo pre-schooler tonight. I put Smarties randomly on numbers and each time the said the number correctly she got to eat that Smartie. She says she wants to play the game every night!

Laura Hatch said...

I agree with Sarah! I think you're printables always look fabulous.