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100's Chart Color-Coded Poster

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Introducing our special 100s Chart Color-Coded poster - a must-have for every classroom! This unique chart features color-coded numbers designed to make pattern discovery not only easy but also incredibly fun for young learners. The colors of the numbers align with those used in our math games, providing continuity for children who rely on color for number recall. Arranged in rows of 5, this chart correlates with our Right-Brained Math products, encouraging important pattern recognition skills essential for developing a strong number sense. Plus, the poster includes two charts side-by-side: one color-coded for the 1s place and the other for the 10s place, making it an ideal complement to our I Can Count from 1-20 and Right-Brained Addition & Subtraction books.

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Traditional math resources often cater to left-brain learners with sequential, detailed, and repetitive content, leaving behind those who learn differently, such as right-brain learners who thrive on visuals, colors, and patterns. Child1st math resources address this gap by providing materials designed for visual spatial, kinesthetic, and other unique learners, ensuring they grasp math concepts effectively. 

With right-brain-friendly math, children gain a solid understanding of numbers and math procedures through engaging visuals, stories, and hands-on activities that leverage their learning strengths. Our color-coded 100s chart poster is an essential tool for enhancing students' number sense through pattern recognition. Arranged in rows of 5, it simplifies counting and supports activities like counting money and telling time. By identifying patterns in both the 1s and 10s columns, students develop a deeper understanding of numerical relationships. With engaging activities, this resource facilitates interactive learning experiences that promote mathematical fluency and confidence.

By embracing natural learning methods like storytelling, vivid imagery, music, and movement, Child1st Math lays a valuable foundation for children's number sense, fostering enjoyment and confidence in math from an early age.

100s Chart Color-Coded Poster is available in two formats:

  • Physical - physical poster measuring 36" x 48"
  • Download  - printable PDF file of the poster

Both formats come with a download of pattern seeking activities.

Our Color-Coded 100s Chart poster is a powerful tool for nurturing students' number sense through pattern recognition. Featuring two charts side by side, each meticulously color-coded for pattern-seeking in either the 1s or 10s columns, this poster empowers students to explore numerical relationships with ease. 

Arranged in rows of 5, it facilitates counting money and telling time, making math concepts more tangible and accessible. 

Students are encouraged to start with the 1s chart, identifying patterns and similarities between numbers before transitioning to the 10s chart to further hone their pattern-seeking skills. 

Throughout lessons, allow ample time for students to discover patterns independently, fostering a sense of ownership and engagement in their learning. 

Educators play a crucial role in modeling pattern discovery, aim to integrate it into every aspect of instruction to cultivate a culture of mathematical exploration. 

By presenting groups of facts with common characteristics and guiding students through structured practice within patterns, educators empower students to develop fluency and confidence in math, laying a solid foundation for future learning success.

For an enriched learning experience, consider pairing with these other great Child1st resources for an engaging multisensory learning experience!

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What's Included

  • 100s Color-Coded Poster includes:
    Two charts side by side: one color-coded for the 1s place and one color-coded for the 10s place


  • Pattern Seeking Activities Download

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Frequently Asked Questions

My child is struggling with math facts. How can I help?

Math can often be an abstract subject, filled with symbols that may pose challenges for children who are visual and spatial processors. These learners thrive when they have access to an educational approach that conveys the meaning of mathematical symbols and procedures in ways that align with their unique learning style.

Right-brain dominant learners, in particular, have distinct needs when it comes to learning math. They excel when they can comprehend the underlying concepts and the meaning behind mathematical operations, rather than relying on rote procedures. For these learners, memorization is often less effective because the information tends not to stick in long-term memory. Kinesthetic children, who frequently possess a strong spatial and holistic perception of math, tend to see the bigger picture surrounding mathematical problems. They can often visualize or intuit solutions without needing to follow the minute, historical steps often taught in traditional math education.

To effectively engage right-brain dominant learners, it is crucial to encourage them to explore the captivating patterns that emerge within the realm of numbers. By presenting numbers in a broader context, these learners can remember how to solve problems and recall number facts more readily. The use of visual imagery, storytelling, and hands-on activities plays a central role in their learning style, despite these elements not being traditionally associated with math education. By incorporating these strategies, educators can help right-brain dominant learners make sense of and excel in the world of mathematics.


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