Little Miss has been working on counting over 100. In truth, she had mastered it orally, but writing down all of those numbers was still a bit of a challenge. After she started writing them down on her own, I decided it was time to create a blank 120 chart that would be easy for her to fill-in.
While most charts only go to 100 (hence the name “Hundred Chart”), I made ours go to 120. The higher she can count, the better!
Here’s the 120 charts that we used. The first is partially filled in if your child needs a bit of help and the second one is blank. Feel free to print them out and use them with your children.
Don’t forget to give your budding mathematician some manipulatives to help them count. Beans, candy buttons or M&Ms, craft sticks, or buttons are easy and inexpensive items that can really help to make counting concrete.