Free printable number charts/tables/lists
This worksheet generator makes number charts of whole numbers, either with the numbers or empty or partially filled as you dictate.
You can specify the step to practice skipcounting. Use a negative step to practice counting backwards. And, you can let the boxes be colored at certain intervals, which can create nice patterns.
The format is either a chart/table or a simple list.
See below some readymade number charts. They are still randomly generated. Simply hit 'refresh' in the browser window to get another similar one until you see one you like!
Scroll down the page to the generator if you want to make the sheets yourself with different options.
Leave empty percent  
Starting number:  Skipcounting step:  
numbers in one row rows on worksheet 
Color yellow every th box  
Thousands/millions separator: 
, . (space) (none) 

Font:
Font Size:
Cell Padding: Make table width to be 100% of the page  

Math Mammoth Place Value 1
A selfteaching worktext for 1st grade that covers forming tengroups, filling the 100chart, breaking numbers to tens & ones, and comparing.
Download ($3.30). Also available as a printed copy.
Math Mammoth Place Value 2
A selfteaching worktext for 2nd grade that covers hundreds, tens, and ones (threedigit numbers), number charts, skipcounting, comparing, and rounding.
Download $2.25 or Pay What You Want!
Also available as a printed copy.
If the chart flows over the width of the page, you need to reduce the cellpadding and font size, and have less numbers on each row. Or, print in landscape.
Another great idea is to let kids figure out how to make number charts of say, only odd numbers, or chart showing the numbers from some multiplication table, or a chart where multiples of 4 are colored yellow etc.