Free Hundred Chart Printable

There are so many fun hundred chart activities you can do. But, before you can go have fun, you need a hundred chart.

This free hundred chart printable is perfect for the job. It’s a great basic chart that will work for any activity.

Get this simple free printable hundred chart to use for any hundred chart activity. This basic hundred chart prints in black and white.

Hundred Chart Printable

So, what can you use a hundred chart for? 

You can use it to add and subtract, just like you would a number line. 

Or use it to practice counting or skip counting.

You can use it as a game board with 100 spaces. Our Hundred Chart Hidden Number Game is a fun activity you can play.

Or cut it up into a puzzle like our Wacky Mixed Up Hundred Chart Puzzle.

Get this simple free printable hundred chart to use for any hundred chart activity. This basic hundred chart prints in black and white.

No matter what you want to do, you’ll need a simple hundred chart. Click the link below to download and print.

Download your hundred chart printable here.

Note: This hundred chart printable is free for classroom and home use only. Please do not distribute for pay or as part of a paid product. Thank you!

Get this simple free printable hundred chart to use for any hundred chart activity. This basic hundred chart prints in black and white.

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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

Go outside and create a big hundred chart like our fun Driveway Hundred Chart.

Practice addition with a fun card game: Addition War.

Grab your LEGOs for a fun math game when you practice addition with this Add & Fill a LEGO Base Plate Game.

Use playing card to practice making ten with this fun Make Ten Math Card Game at What Do We Do All Day.

Are you looking for more activities?

Join our fun Facebook community, Creative Family Fun for Busy Families, for daily activities that are great for kids and families. We’ll chat, share, and have fun. It’s a safe and private place to share idea for family and kids activities.

I’d love for you to join me! Just click the link below, request to join, and answer the questions (they’re easy, I promise). Come join the fun! Join the Creative Family Fun for Busy Families community here.

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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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