Writing to 100 WorksheetsValerie Mcclintick
I don’t know what it is about the number 100 but my boys are constantly trying to get there.
They want to do 100 jumps on the trampoline, build a tower 100 blocks high, and I’m convinced they try to ask me “WHY?” at least 100 times a day.
In our house, there are so many opportunities in REAL LIFE to practice counting to 100, but the actual writing to 100 is something new for my Kindergartner.
He’s been working super hard this year with his Mini Office, so I wanted this set to sort of emulate the same chart he’s been using to learn his numbers.
I included quite a few different printable worksheets in this pack:
- Tracing to 100
- Fill in the Blank
- Counting by 2
- Counting by 5
- Counting by 10
Because children need so much practice, I recommend sliding these into a page protector or laminating these and using a dry erase marker