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# What is a 100 chart puzzle?

## What is a 100 chart puzzle?

These bright and colorful hundred chart puzzles are a simple, hands-on way to help kids build number sense. Children can easily count on (22, 23, 24…), identify patterns (10, 20, 30…) and understand more and less (10 is more than 4…)

### What is a 120’s chart?

A 120 chart is a great tool for supporting addition and subtraction with our younger kiddos, especially as they start to work with larger numbers. I would suggest having kids add and subtract using a 120 chart before teaching them any kind of formal computation. Think of adding 34 + 28.

#### How many pieces are in a hundred chart floor puzzle?

Hundred Chart Floor Puzzles The Hundred Chart Floor Puzzles product is a set of 4 different hundred chart puzzles, each with 20 different pieces! This is the perfect activity for K-2 during math center time or indoor recess! Students work together to complete the floor puzzle. Next, choose one o

How can I use hundreds chart puzzles in the classroom?

You could use a hundreds pocket chart or display a printed floor mat somewhere in your classroom. Hand out numbers for the mystery puzzle to students showing good behavior. Once the puzzle is completed, students receive a class party or reward. Click below to start using these fun, hundred chart puzzles with your students:

How many chart puzzles are there for the whole year?

Hundreds Chart Puzzles for the Whole Year and a FREE SAMPLE! Hundreds Chart Puzzles for the Whole Year and a FREE SAMPLE! Hundreds chart puzzles for the whole year! These differentiated 100 chart mystery puzzles are such a fun way for students to practice a variety of counting skills and number recognition.

## How do you make a 100 grid puzzle?

The idea is that the students cut out the puzzle pieces and then paste them onto another piece of paper to make a 100 grid. I have a few different versions for you:  0-99 chart;  1-100 chart; and  1-120 chart. You could also enlarge the grids to make them easier to cut and handle for smaller children.