0-99 Chart

August 13, 2015 Madeleine K

A square chart of the numbers 0-99 which can be used to learn counting, addition, subtraction, and multiplication patterns. Great for games!

This chart of 0-99 is great for primary students who are learning about number patterns and how to count. It's very useful for visualising patterns such as adding by 10s or counting by 3s etc. Use coins or cut out shapes as counters to turn this simple chart into a board game!

The attached version is easy to print and fits on a single page.

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