In colour, black and white, with or without stripes, showing odds and evens ... this hundred square is funny and cute and we hope the kids like it!
Hundred squares can be used in so many ways. Print out a "complete" number square and laminate them for the kids to reference when necessary, or have a go with some of our fill in the blank number squares. When learning times tables, we have number squares that mark each table out in colour too - such a fun way to see the patterns.
Pick from 5 versions of our "fill in the blanks" hundred square, cheered on by a very elongated giraffe! We've included 3 levels of random numbers as well as an odds and an evens exercise.
Get the kids skip counting their times tables or print out our lovely giraffe hundred squares for reference. We've picked out the numbers from 1-100 in colour, for tables from 2s to 10s. This is a 10 page pdf file.
Print out this simple Halloween hundred square in colour or black and white and have some fun with maths this Halloween.
There are five hundred squares in this pack to choose from, all requiring children to fill in the blanks. The first and second work on "odds and evens". The third, fourth and fifth drop progressively more numbers from the square for the kids to fill in.
Here's a useful pack of hundred squares with a Halloween theme and the times tables 2 through 12 highlighted on each. Laminate them and use them as reference, or put them up as posters perhaps?
Here's a number square with a difference - instead of a normal grid, we've got hearts! Of course that makes it perfect for Valentine's Day. Three variations below.
This hundred square has a funny monster to amuse your children as they hunt for their numbers, practise counting on and skip counting and so on. It comes in colour or black and white, with odds and evens highlighted or with stripes to differentiate the lines. Take your pick.
Choose from 5 different "fill in the blanks" versions of our monster hundred square, included 3 levels of random numbers, and one each for odds and evens. You could use the complete monster hundred square for self-checking or reference, too.
Practising skip counting and learning times tables is much more fun when you have a monster to cheer you on!