Hundred Chart Activities to Make Math Fun

I love how versatile a hundred chart is.

You can practice so many math concepts – simple counting, addition, subtraction, skip counting, multiplication and more.

It’s such a powerful tool and that’s why you see it used so often in elementary classrooms. But, it’s not only a great tool, it’s also a great base for fun math games and activities.

So let’s get started and make math fun with these hundred chart activities.

Help make learning fun with these hands-on hundred chart activities and games. These math activities are a fun way to practice many math concepts.

The Hundred Chart

Before we get started having fun, we should go over what a hundred chart is and how it’s used.

The simple answer is that it’s a chart with ten columns that list the number in order from 1 through 100. It’s a helpful tool to help kids visualize the order of numbers. This tool can also help kids while they’re learning other math concepts such as addition and subtraction and helps them visualize these concept.

You can find a more detailed explanation at this post: What is a Hundred Chart?

Plus, you can grab your Free Hundred Chart Printable at this link. You’ll need it for these great activities!

Now that you understand the hundred chart, let’s have some fun. Here are some awesome activities to try.

Help make learning fun with these hands-on hundred chart activities and games. These math activities are a fun way to practice many math concepts.

Hundred Chart Activities

You don’t have to stay inside to learn with a hundred chart. Go outside, get moving, and have some fun with our Driveway Hundred Chart and some fun games you can play with it.

Use all your math skills to solve these fun Fill-In-the-Blank Hundred Chart Puzzles. It’s such a fun math challenge!

Guess the missing number on a hundred chart with this simple to prepare Hundred Chart Hidden Number Game. This is a great game to play with a partner.

Use your number sense to put a hundred chart back together with this fun Wacky Mixed Up Hundred Chart puzzle, inspired by the book Wacky Wednesday by Dr. Seuss.

Find many more hundred chart activities with these two posts, Play and Learn with a Hundred Chart and Fun Hundred Chart Games and Activities. There’s just so many fun ways to play with a hundred chart!

Help make learning fun with these hands-on hundred chart activities and games. These math activities are a fun way to practice many math concepts.

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My Must-Have Hundred Chart Resources

You can find some great hands-on hundred chart toys to extend the fun.

Try a sturdy and fun hundred chart with removable numbers or put up a large hundred chart with pockets. Or, you can get a hundred chart play mat for the floor.

Check out all the fun resources I found below.


More Math Activities for Kids

Fun Addition Fact Games for Kids

Build Numbers with a Fun Place Value Activity

Skip Counting with the Cat in the Hat

Paper Plate Addition Game

Are you looking for more activities?

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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her here writing about fun learning activities, art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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