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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Free Printable Counting Chart -- Count To 100

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   This free printable counting chart is designed to make it easy to learn to count. The color-coded numbers help children  recognize the pattern as they count along with the chart. They'll discover that it's not so hard to count all the way to one-hundred!

   The chart employs a design technique I call visual redundancy. That's the use of visual elements, such as colors, to help the student associate things that are related to each other. The idea is to help the student look at information in a way that makes it easy to absorb.

   Rather than the usual one-to-ten order used in most counting charts, this one starts with zero. This makes the numbers line up, and shows the child that each new decade of numbers is just another version of counting to nine. These little reminders make it easy to tackle a big number like 100.

   For the free printable version, click on the poster above, or use this link, to view it at full-size. Then use ctrl+P to to print.

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