Learning to count is always exciting for little ones–and it’s definitely cause for celebration the first time junior makes it to 100 all by himself! In our home I like to teach how to count from 0 to 10. Then we add the teens to count to 20. Next, I taught my boys how to count by 10s to get to 100. Those exercises were enough for them to understand the counting pattern, so by the time they mastered those concepts, counting to 100 by 1s was “easy-peasy” and didn’t take much practicing.
I’ve been working with my youngest, Harrison who’s now 4, in writing each of his numbers. Sometimes transferring what’s in his head to writing can be a little tricky. To help this writing process I made our Count to 100 worksheets. I made two versions: Count to 100 with Help for a few hints to keep your little one on track as well as a more advanced Count to 100 Template.
Paging All Supermoms: How did you teach your children to count to 100?
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