I have a series of math stations I use in my classroom that use the 100 Chart. I made copies and put them in plastic protectors to save copy paper. Students used dry erase markers to play the games.
By the end of the school year, the dry erase markers were more dry than markers and I had spent my budget for supplies. I decided to make the squares on my 100 chart larger to accommodate the plastic cubes I had on hand.
These squares will work for the 3/4 X 3/4 cubic math materials such as snap cubes, Unifix cubes, and some of the wooden cubes I have in my math material collection. To download this updated 100 chart, click here.
Here are some of the activities I have used this for:
Gomoku -- five in a row
Sieve of Eratosthenes -- composite and prime numbers
Higher or lower -- Guess my number
Fractions, Decimals, and Percent on a 100 Chart
Factors and Multiples Game