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Numbers to 100

 

We know you might not have the same school equipment for counting at home, so why not use something which comes in packs of 100 like toothpicks? Or count out some cereal (cheerios are really easy to count!) Or collect some gravel and count the individual rocks? Or use an online place value grid such as in the link below.

 

We have included a printable 100 square. In order to use it more than once, you could pop it in a plastic pocket or laminate it and use a wipe clean pen.  Or place counters on the numbers rather than write on them.

Please use this to support practical building numbers to 100 and partitioning

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