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Hundred Square

This activity provides an opportunity for students to work on spatial visualization and number sense together. Learners are presented with a hundred grid and told there is another printed on the reverse side. They must work out the unseen numbers for several positions on the grid. Ideas for implementation, extension and support are included along with a printable sheet of grids.
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Contributed by: Millenium Mathematics Project, Publisher
Math TopicAlgebraic Thinking, Geometry, Number Sense, Number Concepts, Mathematical Practices, Mathematical Processes
Grade Level1, 2
Resource TypeActivity

  • Additional Information
    • AudienceLearner
    • LanguageEnglish (United Kingdom), Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Spanish
    • Education Topic
    • Interdisciplinary Connection
    • Professional DevelopmentNo
    • ContributorMillenium Mathematics Project, Publisher
    • Publication Date2009-10
    • RightsCopyright (c) 2007 University of Cambridge
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    • AccessFree access
  • Standards
    • Common Core State Standards for Mathematics

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  • User Comments
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      Grids in the mind's eye
      By Uncle Bob on 05/21/2012 - 13:26
    • What better way to have students get on familiar terms with the hundred grid than to have them visualize it in reverse, or upside down, or in jigsaw puzzle-like sections? For similar resources see Number Grid, Jigsaws and Give the Dog a Bone, all in this catalog.