I have been really unhappy with the number charts (or hundreds charts) that I have been finding for numbers beyond 100. One of our 2nd grade state assessment questions requires our butter beans to fill in the missing numbers in a hundreds board, also called number puzzles. The numbers could be in the 300's, 900's, etc . . . all the way up to 999. There are some charts out there but they don't look (for lack of a better word) "clean." Anyway, I made my own! You can check them out on my Teachers Pay Teachers page.
The first set has charts for numbers 101 - 999. (I skipped the 1 - 100 chart because I have too many of those already).
The second set of charts has missing numbers that students will have to fill in.
I have a ton of ideas for how I am going to use these in my classroom. Check back later in the week to see them in action!
Also, I borrowed this idea from The Go to Teacher who shared her "We are at . . . " I modified it so that it would work with my school.
Here is Miss. Willis' version:
Here is my version:I am excited to have this laminated and start using it. I still haven't fully committed to purple, I keep switching to pink or orange or green or blue, I like them all!! I am also not committed to any of the fonts but after 30 minutes you just have to stop!!