If your child is learning how to count to 100, then I have a whole bunch of printable hundreds charts for you!
Number charts are essential tools for practicing counting numbers, skip counting and number writing.
When learning with number charts, children start to understand the “whole picture” so to speak. They see how numbers are organized and relate to one another.
So if your kindergarten or elementary students need some extra counting practice, stay tuned.
In this printable set of worksheets, I focused on creating counting charts for numbers 1-20, 1-50, and 1-100. And you will also find blank number charts and missing numbers charts!
But in some instances, teachers and schools prefer using 120 number chart, so head over to my 120 printable chart article to download those instead.
The best part?
All of these number charts are free and you can find them all in one place.
Free printable Hundreds chart
I created three different sets of number charts for you, including twenty, fifty, and hundreds chart.
In each pack, you’ll get a blank number chart, a full number chart, and missing number practice worksheets.
And you can choose from three levels of math skills – counting to 20, counting to 50, and counting to 100.
So if you have a preschooler at home, you will want to start with the 1-20 chart first. Children in kindergarten should be able to read the whole hundreds chart by the end of the school year.
However, in most school districts around the country, kindergarten kids are expected to write only numbers up to 20. It is up to you and your child’s ability to write bigger numbers at this age.
Not only I’ve personally used the 1-50 chart with my kindergarten boys, but we are also working on the numbers to 100 at the moment. I know my kids are getting a good foundation in their number sense and ability to work with numbers.
Free printable number chart 1-100
The number chart 1-100 is the hardest of them all. So make sure your child has mastered the other number charts first. Y
You’ll get five pages of counting fun for your child, including a blank hundreds chart.
Number chart 1-50
Counting to 50 is somewhere in the middle between the beginning counting skills and counting to 100.
Use this number chart 1-50 to encourage your little ones in their growing math skills and writing their numbers.
For more number writing practice, also try my Easter missing numbers 1-50 worksheets.
Printable number chart 1-20
In this set of worksheets, your child gets to practice counting to 20.
The number chart 1-20 pack contains five pages that can be used in several different ways, as mentioned earlier.
To download any of these number charts, just find the pink Planes&Balloons banner and links directly below it.
I really hope these number charts will help your child master their first 100 numbers in no time! Make sure to share them with your friends!
And please, remember that these printable number chart worksheets are for personal and classroom use only. Thank you!
Number worksheets for kindergarten
For more kindergarten math practice worksheets, check out and download some of these:
Number order and missing numbers 1-20 – let your students practice the concept before, after, and in between
Before, after, in between – say or write the numbers up to 100
Dot marker number recognition – children will color correct amount of dots on each page up to number 20
Numbers 1-20 coloring pages – for an easy number activity, let your kiddos color these pages