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100 Riddles for the Hundred Chart ~ Grades 1 and 2
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Primary Inspiration by Linda Nelson
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This set of 100 riddle cards for the numbers one through 100 are a great tool for spiraled review! Your students will enjoy the fun of solving three-step riddles while practicing operations, place value, coin values, and comparison signs.
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You'll find yourself turning to this set of math riddle cards for spiraled review all year long! Each three-clue riddle has a different answer for the numbers one to 100. Solve a new riddle each day to review and strengthen math skills, inference, using key details, and vocabulary.

The cards can be used in many ways:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      * For daily practice during your calendar time                                                                                  * In whole group or small group lessons, they can be used for a game with your pocket chart or 1-100 chart    (directions card for game included).                                                                                            * In a small group or with partners, they can be used with a printable number grid activity (directions card      and grid included). They're also great for a traditional game of War.                                                  * For independent work, use the solve-and-color printable that's also part of this set.                              * Use the riddle cards for great 100th Day activities!                        

An answer key is included.

To be successful with these activities, your students should be familiar with addition and subtraction (no regrouping), odd/even, tens and ones, coin values (pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters), and comparison/equality signs.

Thanks so much for your interest on this resource!                                                                           Linda Nelson



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  • Like these a lot
    May 22, 2016

    Like these a lot. So many uses! Plus, they're fun - which is always good. :)

    Liz P - Teacher - Member Since April 2016

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I'm proud to have been a teacher for 26 years, with most of my experience and my happiest days spent in the primary grades. I've taught Reading Recovery, Basic Skills, first grade, and even a first grade literacy intervention class. As a big believer in hands-on learning, you'll see that center activities and games are among my favorite resources to create! Student engagement is key to learning that lasts, so I strive to create differentiated fun activities that will keep your students excited about learning!

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