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# Free 100s and 120s Charts for Kindergarten & First Grade Math Lessons

We're excited to announce a fantastic new addition to our Freebie Library for subscribers: free downloadable 100s and 120s charts! These charts are perfect tools for enhancing your math lessons, especially for Kindergarten and First Grade students.

### Why 100s and 120s Charts Are Essential for Kindergarten and First Grade Students

Using 100s and 120s charts in the classroom is a proven strategy to help young students develop strong number sense and foundational math skills. Here's why they're so important:

1. Number Recognition: Students become familiar with numbers 1-100 (or 1-120) and their sequence.

2. Counting Skills: Regularly using these charts helps students practice counting by ones, twos, fives, and tens.

3. Place Value Understanding: The visual layout helps students grasp the concept of place value, seeing how numbers increase in tens and ones.

4. Pattern Recognition: Students can visually identify numerical patterns, which is crucial for developing higher-level math skills.

### Make Math Lessons Fun and Engaging

100s Charts can be used in various activities, from simple counting exercises to more complex problem-solving tasks. Why not incorporate them into your daily math lessons, use them for homework assignments, or even for fun math games?

### Explore Our Number Sense Bundle

While downloading the free 100s and 120s charts, don't forget to check out our Number Sense Bundle. This comprehensive package includes:

• Place Value Worksheets: Help students understand the importance of each digit in a number.

• PowerPoints: Engage your class with dynamic presentations that reinforce essential math concepts.

• Number Counting Games: Make learning numbers fun with interactive games that build counting skills and number recognition.

These resources are designed to build a strong foundation in number sense, which is crucial for future math success.

### How to Get Your Free Charts

Accessing the free 100s and 120s Number Charts is easy. Just Subscribe to our Freebie Library, and you'll be emailed a code. Once you receive the login code, you can access the Freebie Library and download these charts and over 70+ additional free teaching resources. You'll also get \$5 off your first purchase from our extensive range of K-3 teaching resources!