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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

More Seasonal Hundreds Charts {Freebies}

Are you getting tired of these yet? I still have readers emailing me asking me to make more, so as long as there are suggestions, I will make what I can to share. I have had several suggestions that I've tried working on with no luck. Sometimes the boxes are a little too boxy to make a picture look right and an image that should look cute will look all wonky. :)

I am completely open to more suggestions though. These are so much fun to make! I'm still trying to make the following suggestions work: bat, Christmas, penguin and Columbus. Please feel free to tell me if there is something you are working on that is seasonal or thematic that you would like a hundreds chart to go with and I will do my best to try to make something for you.

If you find any mistakes, please be sure to let me know.



For my other freebie 100's chart mystery pictures, check out the following links:
Lots of Hundreds Charts for Upcoming Holidays and Activities
Even More Hundreds Charts for Upcoming Holidays and Activities

24 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing! I can't wait to use these with my kiddos!


    ✪ Miss W

    Miss W Teaches

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  2. I absolutely love these! I just recently discovered 'Mystery Pictures' where students have to solve some sort of problem (place value, money, addition, etc) and then fill in the box with the answer. I was thinking about trying to make my own pictures but I wasn't too confident about it. These are just what I needed! Thanks so much for sharing! :)

    Tales of An Elementary Teacher

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  3. I like these. Thanks for sharing Marlena!

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  4. Thanks for all the great ideas. I'm a new follower and wish I had more hours in the day to look thru all the great sites like yours. bjudge2001@yahoo.com

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  5. I love these and don't tire of them! My kids love them!! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. I'm definitely not tired of them! These have helped my class develop number sense to 100 AND they feel successful when completing a picture!....Some ideas for new ones: dragonfly, ladybug, daffodil, garden, farm animals.
    Thanks!

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  7. Thanks for the great ideas! I grab my freebies and my kids love them!!!! Love your posts! sharon.washington96@yahoo.com

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  8. I LOVE these! Thank you for sharing them. :)

    Erica

    Sprinkles to Kindergarten

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  9. Thanks for sharing!!

    rianandbill@yahoo.com

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  10. Love those cute 100's charts.

    Brian
    http://hopkinshoppinblog.blogspot.com/

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  11. Wow! What a great way to work on number recognition!

    shelly.condon4@gmail.com

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  12. I really like these, as do my kiddos! Thanks for sharing them!

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  13. Please keep them coming! I had a whole file folder of these that I lost. :(

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  14. I love your pictures for the hundreds chart. My students really enjoy making them too. I created an Easter basket one that I would like to share with you, but I have no idea how to attach a picture to this. If you email me, I would love to send you a picture so you can include it in your blog for everyone else.

    msimyak327@yahoo.com

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  15. My kinders and I love these so much! Thank you! <3

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  16. My first graders love these! Thanks so much!

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  17. Wanted to say thanks! I am teaching at a bilingual charter elementary school and am using these but with Chinese numbers! :)

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    1. That's wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing! :)

      Blessings,
      Marlana
      Lil' Country Kindergarten
      Kindergarten Network

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  18. Can you make one that looks like a box of crayons or pencils or glue (school supply theme) for back to school? Martin Luther King Jr., rainbow, shamrock, flag, and a watermelon would be awesome to have as well:)

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  19. Thanks so much! My first graders are obsessed!
    I can't seem to access the apple 100 charts though. :-(


    The Template Teacher
    http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/The-Template-Teacher

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  21. Thank you! Try this link and see if it works. If not, leave your email address and I can send it to you via Google Sharing. :)

    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B8c1j21-B5FRajVIVzdVdWZUN3VrZGVtNzdkNU55QQ

    Blessings,
    Marlana
    Lil' Country Kindergarten
    Kindergarten Network

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