Students learning to count to 100 can play these free counting games for kids! Adding a little hands-on learning will bring excitement and engagement to your classroom without a lot of prep-work. In fact, this counting activity only requires LEGO (TM) or other classic building bricks.
Learning to Count to 100 Activities
This mat is designed for children to begin to understand grouping in sets of 10 all the way to 100. Students stack 10 bricks in each of the counting squares. Find more activities for counting to 100 here.
Skip Counting Math Game
Students create 10 stacks (or groups) of 10. You can expand this learning opportunity by showing that we can count by 10’s all the way to 100 by reading aloud the numbers on the board, “10…20….30….etc.” This is a great visual representation for understanding skip counting.
100 Days of School Activity
Additionally, this is a fantastic activity if you are keeping track of the first 100 days of school! Simply set-up this learning station in the corner of the classroom, and add a brick each day as you start your lessons. At the end of 100 days of school, you’ll have ten groups of ten brick towers to represent all the learning that your students did.
Print this free counting game for kids today! Laminate or store in a page protector for reuse.