You may use this interactive 100 number
chart in many ways. Here are some ideas:
1. Offline Worksheet
Click on the printer icon located
in the interactive game (where it
to print out an uncolored number chart worksheet.
2. Skip Counting
Have students color the number chart to reinforce
different lessons. For example, have them select a color
and color all the squares that are multiples of two the same
color. Repeat for number patterns for counting by fives and
tens by selecting a different color. The chart becomes a great
visual for skip counting by 2's, 5's, and
3. Multiplication Tables
Have students color code the number chart for math factors
and multiplication tables. You may print a different
chart out for each number set, or work off of one chart. For
example, color all multiples of three the same color. Do students
see a pattern? Then color all
multiples of four a different color from multiples of three.
Note: If students make a mistake coloring their number pattern,
select the white crayon to color the mistake and it will reset
the square to a blank color.