I've been meaning to do a hundreds chart with my kids for a long time, but this one was their idea. I had pinned Coffee Cups and Crayons' Sticky Hundreds Chart and Playdough to Plato's Free Hundred Chart Printable but I hadn't actually done anything yet. We were playing with some number flashcards and putting them in order when my son said he wished they went to one hundred, which is a fascinating number for him lately. I grabbed the post-it notes and we started making our own chart.
They wrote some of the numbers and I wrote some of them. It's been stuck to the floor for a couple of weeks now and we've discovered some fun ways to use it.
We've used it to practice counting to one hundred.
I say a number and they stand on it.
I take numbers away and they put them back where they belong.
You can also use hundreds charts to practice skip counting and identifying odds and evens. We've had a lot of fun with our post-it notes hundred chart. Except for stepping over it constantly. Next time I think I'll put it on the wall.