The Hundred Square — Let's Practise!
 What is a Hundred Square?
 Finding Missing Numbers on the Square – Step by Step
 Example 1: Counting Up from Ten
 Example 2: Counting in Tens and Ones
 Example 3: Counting in Tens
 Example 4: Counting in Tens and Ones
 Using the Hundred Square – Practice
 The Hundred Square – Spot the Missing Numbers
 Using the Hundred Square – Summary
 Using the Hundreds Chart – Frequently Asked Questions
Basics on the topic The Hundred Square — Let's Practise!
Using the Hundred Square – Introduction
Get ready because today we're going to practise using the hundred square! It's time to begin! A hundred square is a great tool to see patterns, count and even add or subtract. When we read a hundred square, we read it the same way we read a book, from left to right. Ready? Let's go!
What is a Hundred Square?
A hundred square is a grid with numbers from 1 to 100. It helps us see patterns and makes counting easier.
Let's start with some fun activities to help us use the hundred square!
Finding Missing Numbers on the Square – Step by Step
We'll find missing numbers on the hundred square by counting and looking for patterns. Notice the patterns as we count by ones and tens.
Ready? Let's start by finding the missing numbers on the hundred square. Use the square to help you visualise.
Example 1: Counting Up from Ten
Can you find the missing number on the hundred square? You can count using the patterns to help!
If we count up from ten, we count to the number eighteen.
Ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen
Did you also get eighteen? Well done!
Example 2: Counting in Tens and Ones
Let's tackle the next problem! Can you find the missing number on the hundred square? You can count using the patterns to help!
If we count in tens and ones, we count to the number twentysix.
Ten, twenty, twentyone, twentytwo, twentythree, twentyfour, twentyfive, twentysix
Did you also get twentysix? Fantastic!
Example 3: Counting in Tens
Let's tackle the next problem! Can you find the missing number on the hundred square? You can count using the patterns to help!
If we count in tens we count up to the number sixty.
Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, sixty
Did you also get sixty? Excellent!
Example 4: Counting in Tens and Ones
Let's tackle the final problem! Can you find the missing number on the hundred square? You can count using the patterns to help!
If we count in tens and ones we count up to the number eightythree.
Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, eightyone, eightytwo, eightythree
Did you also get eightythree? Fantastic!
Using the Hundred Square – Practice
Now, let's practise using the hundred square with some more examples.
The Hundred Square – Spot the Missing Numbers
You are ready to solve some number mysteries! Use the hundred square below to answer some questions.
Using the Hundred Square – Summary
Key Learnings from this Text:
 A hundred square is a grid with numbers from 1 to 100 that helps us see patterns and makes counting easier.
 We read a hundred square from left to right, just like a book.
 Use the hundred square to find missing numbers by counting and looking for patterns.
Keep practising with the hundred square to become a maths whiz! Check out more fun counting activities and exercises on our website, such as counting in 3s and 6s, counting to 50 or counting to 100.
Using the Hundreds Chart – Frequently Asked Questions
Transcript The Hundred Square — Let's Practise!
Razzi says get these items ready because today we're going to practise finding missing numbers on the hundred square. It's time to begin! Remember that a hundred square is a tool to see patterns, count and even add or subtract and that when we read a hundred square we read it the same way that we read a book, from left to right. Can you find the missing number on the hundred square? You can count using the patterns to help! If we count up from ten, we count to the number eighteen. Did you also get eighteen? Let's tackle the next problem! Can you find the missing number on the hundred square? You can count using the patterns to help! If we count in tens and ones, we count to the number twentysix. Did you also get twentysix? Let's tackle the next problem! Can you find the missing number on the hundred square? You can count using the patterns to help! If we count in tens we count up to the number sixty. Did you also get sixty? Let's tackle the final problem! Can you find the missing number on the hundred square? You can count using the patterns to help! If we count in tens and ones we count up to the number eightythree. Did you also get eightythree? Razzi had so much fun practising with you today! See you next time!
The Hundred Square — Let's Practise! exercise

Find the missing number on the chart.
HintsCount up from 70.
What number comes after 76?What do you notice about all the numbers in the row with the missing number?
They all have a 7 in the tens column.SolutionThe missing number on the chart is 77.

Complete the number pattern on the chart.
HintsCount up starting from 31: 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, ... what comes next?
Look at the row with the missing number.
What will the tens be in this number?SolutionThe missing number from the number pattern is 37.

Complete the number pattern.
HintsStart at 1.
Count by ones.
What numbers are missing?Hold up 10 fingers.
Starting at one, count by ones.
What numbers are missing?SolutionThe completed number pattern is:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 
What is the number pattern?
HintsCount by tens on the hundreds chart. What numbers are missing?
Start at 10.
Count by tens.
What numbers are missing in the pattern?SolutionThe number pattern is to add by ten.
The missing numbers are 20, 30, 40, 50. 
What is the missing number?
HintsStart at 10.
Count by tens.
What number do you count up to?Start at 81.
Count by ones.
What number do you count up to?SolutionThe missing number is 90.

Complete the hundreds chart.
HintsStart at 4.
Count by tens.
What numbers are missing in the pattern?Start at 8.
Count by tens.
What numbers are missing in the pattern?SolutionThe numbers that are missing from the hundreds chart are:
14, 18, 34, 38, 54, 58, 74, 78, 94, 98