Things To Do with a Hundred Chart #29

100chart puzzle

Here’s a new entry for my 20+ Things to Do with a Hundred Chart post:

(29) Blank 100 Grid Number Investigations: Challenge your students to deduce the secret behind each pattern of shaded squares. Then have them make up pattern puzzles of their own.
[Created by Stuart Kay. Free registration required to download pdf printable.]

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Can you think of anything else we might do with a hundred chart? Add your ideas in the Comments section below, and Iā€™ll add the best ones to our master list.


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6 comments on “Things To Do with a Hundred Chart #29

  1. I like the idea of ‘what do you notice’ puzzles. I’m reading An Elephant in the Classroom at the moment and the author says frequently about the importance of getting the children to see the maths for themselves. This is so counter to what we are taught in schools and yet I can see it really works! Thanks again for all your great ideas!

    Like this

  2. Pingback: Things To Do with a Hundred Chart #30 | Let's Play Math!

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