120 Chart

The new Common Core Math Standards for first grade require the students to work with a 1 to 120 chart and I did not have one!  I made up these 120 charts for your students to use as a guide and the Fill in the Missing Number worksheets for extra practice work.  Click on the pictures below to download them for free.



Also, check out Fabulous in First's Michelle Oakes' free A Chunk of the Chart center from TpT.  It is so cute and who doesn't love free?!  

Here are a few more freebies! 
Denise of LaSota's Little Learners posted Writing to 120 on TpT for free.

If you have a free 120 chart activity, please, leave a comment in this post and I will add your link.  

20 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing...we will go to Common Core next year and this will give my kiddos a head start! I will also blow this up and add to my calendar for next year!

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  2. Thank you so much we have a big meeting on the common core tomorrow after school!
    Tammy

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  3. We have started w/ Common Core at the report card level to make sure it all is lined up and ready to go!! I think most of us are still looking for ways to include our usual "stuff" but extending in places where we need too!! Thanks for sharing! This will be a GREAT addition!!

    Sarah
    shetrick@gmail.com

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  4. We just did a little of this today! But Math Expressions teaches it so that the numbers jump 10 when they go across and increase by 1 when they go down.

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  5. No common core for us yet but this is kind of freaking me out. :)
    They are very cool, though, and I truly appreciate them!!! :)
    THANK YOU!
    A Teeny Tiny Teacher

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  6. Thanks for the shout friend! :) XOXO

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  7. This is awesome. We'll be shifting to common core soon enough... so I'm getting the kiddos ready now.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Dragonflies in First

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  8. Lol I actually just posted something on my blog a few hours ago about it!

    I haven't uploaded it to tpt yet. I took a different take and chunked my expectations- 1-30, 1-60, 1-90, 1-120.

    Http://lasotaslittlelearners.blogspot.com

    P.s. I was just checking out my scholastic book club January book order and saw your book in it! I was so excited for you! :-)

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  9. I knew that I would forget- so I went and added it to TPT. :)

    http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/FREE-Common-Core-Math-writing-to-120

    Here is my post about it today:
    http://lasotaslittlelearners.blogspot.com/2012/02/common-core-math-standards.html

    Now FINALLY to bed for me! It is almost 1 AM!!!

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  10. Thank you so much! We are piloting a few new math programs this year in order to start the CCSS next year. Ugh! I', a bit over-whelmed so far. I appreciate those of you who are posting it as you go :)
    -Michele

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  11. This is great!! Thanks so much for the freebie! I also have a freebie that I just changed to make it go up to 120! The kids love the Snowman Sequencing game at centers or in small group!! the link to the my freebie is
    http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Snowman-Sequencing-Numbers-1-120. Thanks so much for sharing!
    Jennie

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  12. Thanks for sharing. I love that there are generous teachers out there who share so we are not all reinventing the wheel :) I just found your blog through a pinterest pin.

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  13. Thanks for sharing. After watching Common Core webinars they talked a lot about using a 0-99 chart because the decades were line up on the same row. I love this chart going all the way to 120. I was curious if you could make one with this font starting at 0 and going all the way 120? Thanks for the freebie
    Lawana--lgurley@polk.k12.ga.us

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  14. Thanks sooooo much for sharing !!

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  15. Love it! What font did you use for the 1-120 Chart?

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    1. Thank you! LD Hand...click my Lettering Delights Button to the left to check it out.

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