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Free Counting to 100 Worksheets & 100 Chart Printable + 15 Creative Use Ideas

Kids will love these counting to 100 worksheets as they learn and practice their math and counting skills. A printable 100 chart is also included for reference. As a bonus, all numbers can be traced for extra writing practice.

My son had a terrible time with math before we started homeschooling. It was always such a fight to get him interested. I wish the school would have slowed down and worked more with him when it came to math. But they didn’t.

When I started homeschooling him, we almost had to start completely over when it came to math. He could count to 100 for the most part, but really had trouble with counting by 10’s, 2’s, and 5’s.

To practice counting to 100, I created a bunch of worksheets so that he could practice and get it down. We also used flashcards.

Counting to 100 Worksheets and 100 Chart for Homeschool

We did a similar approach to learning the states (you can download the state flashcards here).

Our free Count 1 to 100 Worksheets

This free counting 1 to 100 worksheet bundle includes 6 pages.

  • A 100 number chart which can also help them see counting by 10’s.
  • 3 before and after pages so that they can practice counting and writing the numbers before and after a certain number.
  • A missing numbers worksheet allowing them to count and fill in the next number.
  • A blank 100 chart so that they can count and write in numbers 1-100 on their own.

As a bonus, each number is traceable so they can trace the numbers as they are counting and writing the numbers.

You can grab all of these counting to one hundred worksheets plus the 100s chart down below.

Before you do, here are some common questions about helping your children (or yourself) practice learning and counting numbers to 100:

father and son doing homeschool work together at a table

How can I practice counting to 100?

There are four main ways that you can practice counting to 100:

  1. One way is to use worksheets. You can find printable counting to 100 worksheets online like the ones on this page, or you can make your own.
  2. Another way to practice counting to 100 is by using flashcards. You can find flashcards with numbers up to 100, or you can make your own.
  3. You can also practice counting to 100 by using a number chart. Number charts can be found online or in books.
  4. Finally, you can practice counting to 100 by saying the numbers out loud yourself. Start by saying the numbers 1-10 slowly, then move on to faster speeds. Try saying the numbers backwards, too!

Whichever way you choose to practice counting to 100, make sure you take the time to do it regularly. The more you practice, the better you will become at counting to 100!

How do I print a number chart?

To print a number chart, pick your favorite free printable online.

There are many different websites that have printable number charts that go up to 100, or you can use the ones we have for free on this page.

How to make a DIY Number Chart?

You can also create your own number chart by printing out the blank 100 number chart down below, or DIY one by using one or several sheets of paper and drawing lines to create a grid.

Then, write the numbers 1-100 in each box. Lastly, you can use a 100 grid chart. A 100 grid chart is a chart that has a 1 square on it, and then 99 squares below it.

The squares are all the same size, and each number is represented by a different square.

Fill in all boxes starting at 1, moving from left to right and then once you reach the end of the line, start at the beginning of the next line.

How do you write numbers in 1st grade?

Beginning in Kindergarten and into 1st grade, students learn how to write numbers up to 100.

They also learn the number symbol and how to write each number using the correct order.

Math at the first grade level will also include learning how to spell out the number words for each number. For example, the number 7 would be written as seven.

Tracing numbers is a great way to learn how to properly form the individual numbers while still learning.

What is a 100 chart for math?

A 100 chart is a tool that can be used for counting, skip counting, and place value.

It is a table with 100 squares, and each square represents one number. The numbers on a 100 chart are arranged in order from 1 to 100.

The chart can be used to count by 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, etc.

We have included 100 charts with traceable numbers, some with missing numbers, skip counting, and a blank 100 chart for lots of different uses.

How to print out the Counting to 100 Worksheets

Step 1: Click the link below to open the counting worksheet pdf (all pages are included together).

Step 2: Download the free pdf to your computer to keep on hand (or print directly from the link).

Step 3: Print out all pages, or select the ones you would like to work with.

Step 4: Have your child practice their counting skills using the worksheets.

Click here to download the free PDF Counting to 100 Worksheets

What are some fun activities I can do with my child using a 100 chart?

There are so many fun things you can do with a 100 chart! Here are just a few ideas:

  • Have your child color in the squares on the number chart as you count together.
  • Find patterns on the 100 chart and have your child point them out to you.
  • See how many different ways you can color in a 100 chart. For example, you could color in every other square or make a design with certain colors.
  • Use dot markers or stickers to make a 100 chart more fun!
  • Cut out a 100 chart and use it as a placemat for a pretend picnic. Have your child count the items on the placemat and then eat them!
  • Play “I Spy” with the 100 chart. Take turns looking at different squares on the chart and calling out the number you see.

Other ways to use a 100 chart in learning to count:

  • Have your child quiz you while you count yourself. Make mistakes as you go along so they practice reading and hearing the numbers, and then they can correct you—kids love it when we make mistakes!
  • Start by practicing counting by 1s, 5s, and 10s. Then move on to 2s, 3s, and 4s.

    Once your child is comfortable counting by all the main combinations, challenge them to a game of “100 up”. In this game, one player starts by saying any number between 1 and 100.

    The next player then has to say a number that is higher than the previous player’s number, and so on. The first player to say 100 wins!
  • You can also use a 100 chart to play “memory”. In this game, players take turns flipping over two squares at a time.

    If the two squares match, the player gets to keep the match. The player with the most matches at the end of the game wins!
  • A 100 chart can also be used to help with basic addition and subtraction.

    For example, if you want to practice subtraction, you can take away a certain number of squares from a row or column on the chart.

    You can also use a 100 chart to help with more complex math problems down the road!

There are so many fun ways to use the counting to 100 worksheets—have fun coming up with your own as well!

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