Are You Wondering How to fit a 1,000’s Chart on Your Wall? Try this!
I just finished these Smart Board Number Charts to 1,200 and I will be using them with some second graders next week. I have been working on this Smart Board lesson so that students can see a lot of patterns quickly without having to change all of the number cards on a hundreds chart. While the hundreds pocket chart cards have value, it would just take too long to see all of the numbers to 1,000 quickly enough to see how the patterns within the centuries repeat.
Oh, and the best part? The Smart Board number charts are on sale for 20% off ,and tomorrow they will be on sale for 28% off for the Cyber Monday sale! (YAY!) And, you will even get a few charts for free if you stop by my store and download the preview!
There are 1-100 and 1-120 number charts and fill in number charts for K and 1st.
This set of number charts includes charts that start 10 before and 10 after a century so students get practice crossing a century. Counting before and after a multiple of 100 is difficult for many children, and requires practice.
There are also number charts and fill in number charts that count by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s.
There are number charts and fill in number charts in increments of 300 for students to recognize patterns across multiple centuries.