Practice number recognition and counting within 120 by placing the correct number inside the empty rings on this Olympic hundreds chart! Grab this free printable hundreds chart to work on math skills while watching the Olympic Games!
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What is a Hundreds Chart?
A hundreds chart is usually a 10-by-10 grid designed to help Kindergarten and 1st grade students to practice number writing, counting, and skip-counting. Hundreds charts help kids to build number fluency with numbers 1-100 and even up to 120 to support Common Core School Standards for Math.
Why use a Hundreds chart?
Common Core Standards for Math encourage Kindergartners to count to 100 by 1s and 10s by the end of Kindergarten. Depending on the age and learning level of each child, a hundreds chart can be adapted.
First and second grade students can work on moving vertically to work on place value or working on skip-counting skills. Hundreds charts encourage number fluency and help children to gain a strong number sense that supports them as they grow in their math skills. A strong number sense helps to better understand how to compose and decompose numbers and mental computation.
Fun Ways to Use this Olympics Hundreds Chart
This Olympics hundreds chart is a simple way to learn a bunch of math skills! You can used this 100s charts to teach kids number sequencing (1, 2, 3), patterns (by looking down each column), and skip-counting (using the chart to count by 2s, 5s, 10s).
Use Dot Markers or Stickers to Color in the Rings
Use dot markers or stickers to work on skip-counting by 2, 5, or 10 and mark each place with a dot or a sticker.
Roll to 100 with Dice
Use dice to roll numbers and fill them in as you work your way up to 100 or 120 on the chart.
Cut the Hundreds Chart into Rows
Fill in the hundreds chart and then cut out each row of 10. Kids can then build 100 by using bars of 10 and work on skip-counting skills.
Olympic Hundreds Chart Fill-in the Missing Rings to 100
This Olympic hundreds chart is a 10-by-10 grid with the numbers printed in the rings. This activity challenges kids to fill in the missing numbers to complete the 100s chart.
Blank Olympic Hundreds Chart to 100
This Olympic hundreds chart is an empty 10-by-10 grid with 100 rings to complete the 100s chart. This activity challenges kids to fill in all of the numbers to complete the 100s chart. You can use this blank hundreds grid to work on skip counting with markers and more!
Olympic Hundreds Chart Fill-in the Missing Numbers to 120
This Olympic hundreds chart is a 10-by-12 grid with the numbers printed in the rings. This activity challenges kids to fill in the missing numbers to complete the hundreds chart to 120 to support Common Core Math Standards for First Grade.
Why 120 instead of 100?
Common Core Math Standards encourage first graders to extend the counting sequence and practice the numbers up to 120 instead of stopping at 100. This helps children to visualize the patterns that occur after the number 100.
Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a written numeral.
Blank Olympic Hundreds Chart to 120
This Olympic hundreds chart is an empty 10-by-12 grid with 120 rings to complete the 100s chart up to 120 to support Common Core Math Standards for First grade. This activity challenges kids to fill in all of the numbers on the chart. You can use this blank hundreds grid to work on skip counting with markers or cut rows to count by groups of ten!
Common Core Math Standards: Use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract.
This Olympics themed hundreds charts supports several Common Core Math Standards by supporting the objectives for students to add within 100, mentally finding 10 more or 10 less than the number without having to count, and subtracting multiples of 10 in the range of 10-90 based on place value.
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