This free printable blank 100 chart is a great way to help your first grader or second grade student get extra practice with their numbers 1-100. This square 100 chart is in black and white for easy printing. Grab your blank hundreds chart printable today!
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For more math practice, check out my space-themed single digit addition facts workbook available on Amazon and as a printable PDF. If your elementary students are still working on their number writing, be sure to grab this number tracing 1-100 worksheet.
It’s easy to make this page reusable when you laminate it or slide it into a dry erase pocket or heavy duty page protector. A laminated chart is best for using in a math center, but page protectors work fine for individual student’s work. I prefer heavy duty secure page protectors with a flap on top to keep the page inside. They hold up well to repeated use and are easy to organize in a three ring binder!
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Once your child or students have completed their blank number chart, the page can be used for number games or reference tool while completing math worksheets and missing numbers activities.
Free printable blank square 100 chart
This free printable white hundreds chart is available as an instant download in PDF format. It is licensed for personal use and single classroom use. You are not licensed to redistribute or sell the print out or files to other adults for use with their little learners. Please refer friends and colleagues to this post to download their own copy.
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I hope you enjoy this free printable chart! Be sure to check out the additional free printables below for more resources to complement your lesson plans.