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Wordless Wednesday {100's Charts}


 
During math centers, we used 100's charts this week. 
 I printed them on several different colors of card stock,
laminated them and then cut each one into a different puzzle. 
Easy to differentiate by how you cut the pieces.
 

How do you use 100's charts in your classroom?
Please comment with your ideas :) 

http://secondgradesugarandspice.blogspot.com/2014/04/wordless-wednesday-april-23rd-authors.html
 
I am linking up with Miss DeCarbo over at Sugar and Spice!
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  1. I've used 100 charts for puzzles and mystery pictures, but mostly as a tool for addition and subtraction problems.
    KaSandra
    MemoriesMadeinFirst

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  2. I use 100s Charts to look at number patterns (we've just been learning about counting by 10s), to help with number sense with before and after numbers, and just as counting charts (lots of repetitive use at the start of every maths lesson, forwards and backwards).

    Jemima
    Luck's Little Learners

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