## in Math Charts

This section includes printable files for various types of tables or charts that are commonly used in mathematics.

### Charts for Math: 100 Numbers

All of the charts on the 100 Numbers web page are 100 numbers charts. Some of the charts are completely filled in, some of them are blank, and the rest of the 100 number charts are partially filled in - the student is to complete those charts. Letter sizes - there are charts with big letters and charts with small letters. That's about it. To print the charts go to Charts for Math: 100 Numbers

### Charts for Math: Coordinate Grids and Notebook

My children needed coordinate grids so often for algebra that I made a notebook for them to use. There are about 148 coordinate grids needed for Saxon Algebra 1 [1999 edition]. My daughter used a different program for algebra and I looked through the solution's manual that came with her math program to get an idea of how many coordinate grids to print and which ones to print. For the most part, I printed the 6x6 6-grids on both sides of the paper.

### Addition Charts and Multiplication Charts

**Learning Math Facts**:
As an alternative to math facts drilling or in addition to drilling, it is acceptable in some cases to let your children look at a multiplication chart while they do their math lesson. Allowing them to look at a chart will take away some of the their frustration during math. In our case, my child used the chart less over time and eventually she did not need it at all
This using a chart during math has two steps.

1.
Allow them to look at charts during math class unhampered in any way.

2.
Monitor their use of the charts by blacking out or covering the parts of the chart that they have learned.

We used both drill and charts. Results from math facts drilling revealed which parts of the multiplication charts to cover.

### Related Content at DonnaYoung.org

Flash Cards - Just basic run of the mill flash cards

Triangular Flash Cards - The numbers in this set of triangular flash cards are rotated. Cover the answer with your finger when showing the card.

Triangular Flash Cards- The numbers in this set are one-side up instead of rotated. Cover the answer with your finger when showing the card.

Play Money - Page features play money as well as place value "money" and play bank checks

Money Quizzes - The money quizzes are computer based. The child counts the money online, then chooses right answer - we hope.

Store Tags - Improve Adding and Subtracting Skills while Playing Store - page has both filled store tabs and blank store tags

Math Drill Sheets. There are various levels spanning from the younger to the older students.