Number Charts | number chart

Number Charts are a really useful tool when teaching a young child counting and math. Displaying a specific range of numbers in big clear writing, these charts are easy for children to read and allow for a range of different activities.

Charts can be used to help teach children to count, recognize numbers, develop one to one correspondence, and even for developing basic skills in addition and subtraction.

Number Chart 1-10

Numbers Chart 1-10

This 1-10 chart vertically lists the numbers down the page.

Beside each number is the word for the number and corresponding number of images.

The chart is free and printable in pdf format – download the chart here.

Number Chart 1-20

Numbers Chart 1-20

This chart lists the numbers 1-20. Beside each number is the word for the number and a corresponding number of images.

The chart is free and printable in pdf format – download the chart here.

Simple 1-20 Chart

Numbers Chart 1-20

Similar to the 1-20 chart above, you can try this version for a range of different activities.

This chart contains only the numbers and the numbers’ names. The bright colors will appeal to young children, as they begin to recognize and identify the numbers. Find out more here.


Number Chart 1-100

Hundreds Chart

The Hundreds Chart is a terrific tool for teaching your child basic math principles.

It consists of the numbers to 100 in sequential order, with ten numbers per row across ten rows.

The layout allows children to count left to right by ones, and down by tens.

As well as teaching your child to count to 100, the hundreds chart can be used to help children with addition and subtraction, and multiplication and division.

Preschool Chart Activities

    • Print out the chart and have it stuck on a wall, door or fridge for easy reference.
    • Develop a daily routine where you count the numbers with your child. Perhaps before bedtime or when play time is over, go through some counting exercises to wind down your pre-schooler. Repetition and fun are the keys to success.
    • Point to each number as you count on the numbers chart. Take turns pointing to the numbers – your child will benefit even more by being involved.
    • Once your child is able to recognize the numbers, start teaching your pre-schooler to recognise the word for each number. You can also have them count the objects next to each number.
    • Play games using the number chart. This is especially important once your child is confident with the numbers and you need to add some complexity to the lessons. Some games you can play are:
      1. Find the number – ask your child to find random numbers on the numbers chart
      2. What comes next – call out a number and have your child find the number that comes next on the numbers chart
      3. Rocket ship – Count down from ten with your child. Have your child crouch down with their hands together above their head. After you count down to one call blast off and have your child jump into the air.

Remember to make it as fun as possible. Don’t let your child struggle through any activity as that is a sure way to turn them off counting.

More Useful Information

Teaching your child to count is an important skill to pass on to your child.

Preschool Math Activities – Find some activities here that can give you great ideas for using the numbers chart.

Number flashcards – Use number flashcards to help teach your child how to count. The flashcards are printable and free and cover numbers 1-10.

Number Chart 1-10 – A perfect chart for teaching your child to recognize the numbers up to ten.

Number Chart 1-20 – Use this chart to teach the numbers up to twenty.

Number Chart 1-100 (Hundreds Chart) – If your child has mastered numbers 1-20, you can use a 1-100 chart to teach numbers beyond 20.

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