Roll & Count to 100 Play Dough Squish Math Game
Teaching my preschooler counting skills to 10 was no problem, counting to 20 is taking a little more practice, but counting to 100 is uncharted territory! We don't just go around counting groups of a hundred items everyday to increase exposure to numbers, so instead I made a fun hundreds board math game.
Joining in with our Creative Preschool friends, we are sharing a fun way to Count to 100.
Since we love to squish and smash around here per our Subtraction Smash Activity and Number Line Smash Game, we created another squish game using play dough.
Adding the element of play dough into this math game also works on those important fine motor skills. For our Count to 100 Play Dough Squish Math Game, your child will work on rolling out 100 balls of play dough. There is a lot of patience and concentration built into this activity!
Hundreds Board Math Game
To play, you'll need:
Laminate the hundreds board printable prior to playing. Give each player a hundreds board and can of play dough.
There are a few different ways to play using our hundreds board.
2. Play as above, but roll the play dough balls out AS you play.
3. Fill the hundreds board with play dough and play the Roll to 100 game by squishing said amount of play dough balls per the number on the die.
Yay for a fun math game!
Yay for an activity that also works on strengthening fine motor skills!
Download your Roll to 100 Math Game Printable Here!HelloDoodlePrint font licensed to Krista Walden. Doodle Border licensed to Creative Clips. Dice Clipart Licensed to MyCuteGraphics.
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More Ways to Count to 100:
- Count to 100 Beaded Sculpture
- Learn to Count to 100: Place the Ones Free Printable Math Activity
- 100 Chickens Preschool Counting Activity
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