The Hundred Chart and Game Cards

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100 Hundred Chart

It’s been a little while since I did the original post about the hundred chart I put together for my son and his reaction to it. Finally, I have a professionally done (thank you, Ever!) chart you can download, play with, explore and, if framed, admire (it has a certain beauty to it, don’t you think). The chart prints to 1 letter page. Additionally, you can print individual cards and play with those.

Download the low-res PDF hundred chart.

Download individual cards to print.

Download full size high resolution chart. It prints to a 30×60 poster.

As you might know, Maria collects Hundred Charts like the one she shared in our newsletter. So now I’m curious to see other charts in her collection. Have you come across different versions of the good ol’ Hundred Chart? Please let us know!

And if you are looking for games to play with the chart, check out Let’s Play Math post about 20+ things to do with a hundred chart.

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7 comments on “The Hundred Chart and Game Cards
  1. Yelena, these links take me to a page that says “Enter a password.” Is there a glitch, or did you mean to give the password in this post?

    • Yelena says:

      Denise, thank you for noticing this. There shouldn’t be a password on these downloads. I’ll look into it right away.

  2. Rachel says:

    I love this poster! Can you tell me why some of the numbers are red. I should probably know, I’m sure, but I’m not very good at math myself! (Unlike my preschooler who seems to have an academic flair!) :)

    • MariaD MariaD says:

      Rachel, kudos on helping your preschooler develop a flair! Our kids give us second chances to love subjects we missed loving before…

      Here is a resource I use all the time when I find a list of numbers that stumps me. Just enter the red numbers there and the tool will tell you to what patterns they belong. Here is my search for 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, and 13:
      https://oeis.org/search?q=2%2C+3%2C+5%2C+7%2C+11%2C+13&language=english&go=Search

      You can try with different sequences too – something you recognize, like 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and maybe something new to explore, like your child’s birth date!

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  2. […] The Hundred Chart and Game Cards If you print and cut out the individual cards, you can arrange them so the bigger numbers are higher up, as shown in Yelena’s original blog post. […]

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