Practice recognizing and marking numbers from 1 to 100 with Christmas-themed hundreds charts mystery pictures. As students mark the correct squares in the correct colors, a fun holiday picture takes shape!
It is hoped that these mystery pictures make math time all the more fun during the holiday season!
Each 10 hundreds chart mystery pictures appears twice. First, the coloring codes and the hundreds chart appear on the same page. Then, I provide the 10 mystery picture codes with the numbers in larger font and the hundreds charts again. This is to provide an easier way for young kids to cross off the numbers they’ve colored already.
Note that these ten hundreds charts mystery pictures require students to color in whole squares or half squares. The key is as follows:
- T means the top half of a diagonally divided square
- B means bottom half
- L means left half of a vertically divided square
- R means the right half