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  1. Patty Patterson says:

    I just saw your Hymn studies posted on facebook and hopped on over and fell in love with your blog. So, now, I’m your newest follower. I love the list of free kindle books, too. Thank you so much for sharing.

    1. Judy Hoch says:

      Thanks so much for following, Patty! Your comment made my day. 🙂

  2. This is such a handy printable! Thanks for sharing! It’s definitely something every K-2 math class needs!! 🙂

    1. Judy Hoch says:

      I’m glad it’s helpful, Bethany! I agree that it’s and excellent learning tool for K-2 (and hey, I kinda like them myself!) 🙂

  3. This is awesome, but one of my first graders found an error … you have a 59 where the 69 should be! If you are able to correct I will re-download! I really appreciate your making and sharing such an awesome resource! We will use this almost every day!!! THANKS!

    1. Judy Hoch says:

      Ahhh! You are right. I definitely will correct these, BUT I’m in the middle of a project – so it may be a few days or even a week. Thank you so much for letting me know!!

  4. Ntombikayise says:

    How to get this 100 charts for use in the classroom

  5. I found a purple version of these on pinterest but not on your site. I was so excited as that’s my youngests favorite color. Is a purple one still available? Thank you.

    1. Judy Hoch says:

      Hi Heather, I don’t have the purple one anymore. I’m sorry. 🙁

    2. You could print the white version out on purple paper. I printed it out on 6 different colors of cardstock and then cut them into 6-8 pieces along the lines to make “puzzles”. There are so many things you can do with this chart. 🙂

  6. Elsa Daza says:

    Hi, thanks for sharing but can you help me by saying how to use the chart in my classes.
    I really appreciate if You help me.

    1. Judy Hoch says:

      Hi Elsa! You can use the chart to help with counting, skip counting, number correspondence, and much more! You can use the blank chart for kids to fill in the numbers themselves. I hope this helps!