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# Free printable number charts

This generator makes number charts and lists of whole numbers and integers, including a 100-chart, for kindergarten and elementary school children to practice number writing, counting, and skip-counting. You can decide how much of the chart is pre-filled, the border color, skip-counting step, and so on. The charts can be made in html or PDF format (both are easy to print).

Another feature is that you can highlight in yellow the boxes at certain intervals, which creates pretty skip-counting patterns.

Tip: use a negative step to practice counting backwards.

Below you will find some common charts both in html and PDF format. With the exception of the two top ones (which are static), they are randomly generated each time you click on the button. The answer key is automatically included on the second page.

To get a different chart using the same options, press 'refresh' in the browser window (html only). Scroll down the page to the generator if you want to customize the charts yourself.

 An empty 100-chart View in browser     PDF A completely filled 100-chart View in browser         PDF 100-chart - half of the numbers are missing View in browser     Make PDF Tip: Generate several charts for children to fill in, because each time the numbers that are missing will be different. 100-chart - 70% of the numbers are missing View in browser     Make PDF Tip: Generate several charts for children to fill in, because each time the numbers that are missing will be different. 100-chart - 70% of the numbers are missing; even numbers are highlighted View in browser     Make PDF Multiples of 3 chart; every third number is highlighted in yellow View in browser     Make PDF Multiples of 4 chart; every fourth number is highlighted in yellow View in browser     Make PDF Fill in even numbers from 0 to 200.70% of the numbers are missing. View in browser     Make PDF Fill in odd numbers from 1 to 201 - 70% of the numbers are missing View in browser     Make PDF Count by 4s from 0 to 260 View in browser     Make PDF Count by fives from 5 to 500 View in browser     Make PDF Count backwards from 100 to 0 View in browser     Make PDF Count by 10s View in browser     Make PDF Skip-count by ten, starting at 6 View in browser     Make PDF

Another great idea is to let students use the generator. Ask them to make a number chart of only odd numbers, a chart for a specific skip-counting pattern, or a chart where multiples of 4 are colored yellow.

Generate Number Charts and Lists
Chart (numbers in boxes)
List (commas and empty lines)
Leave empty percent
Starting number: Skip-counting step:
numbers in one row
rows on worksheet
Highlight in yellow every th box
Thousands/millions separator: ,
.
(space)
(none)
 Border color: red blue green orange teal purple black gray white
Font:     Font Size:

Make table width to be 100% of the page
Title & additional instructions for the student (optional; HTML allowed)

If the chart flows over the width of the page, you need to reduce font size, have less numbers on each row, or print in landscape (html format).

#### Math Mammoth Place Value 1

A self-teaching worktext for 1st grade that covers forming ten-groups, filling the 100-chart, breaking numbers to tens & ones, and comparing.

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#### Math Mammoth Place Value 2

A self-teaching worktext for 2nd grade that covers hundreds, tens, and ones (three-digit numbers), number charts, skip-counting, comparing, and rounding.