Build math vocabulary and concepts with this set of 100 riddle task cards for the numbers 1-100. Great spiraled practice for grades one and two! Also includes games and an independent activity. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/First-Grade-and-Second-Grade-Math100-Riddle-Cards-for-the-Hundred-Chart-191803
Here’s PART 2 of les chiffres: 60~100 + The 60’s follow the same pattern seen in 20~59. However, 70~99 is a bit different. In standard French there are no separate words for seventy, eighty or ninety like in English (NOTE: some other French speaking nationalities do have separate words). SEVENTY: Is counted as sixty + ten (eleven, twelve, thirteen…etc). Therefore, soixante + dix = soixante-dix. All words after soixante are hyphenated, except 71. 71 = is ...
Students trace numbers 1 to 100. When they are finished, they write numerals 1 through 10 on their own. The font is great for tracing (the nine is a straight lined nine, the shape of the 8 facilitates proper form). This would also be a great worksheet for students who struggle with number writing to use while their peers are filling out a blank 100 chart.
"I Have, Who Has?" games are fun and engaging; allowing students to practice their fluency and listening skills. They can be used as a form of review, assessment, or as a form of test preps. They can also be added to your sub tub or used on those inclement rainy days.