# 8 Free Counting from 100 to 200 Worksheet | Fun Activities

Our Counting from 100 to 200 worksheet will definitely help your students to **learn about counting numbers,**and grow a strong basic sense of number sense, and your students will find counting a fun thing to do.

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## 8 Fun Counting from 100 to 200 Worksheet

There are 8 fun worksheet related to counting from 100 to 200 worksheet. Click to download button to download and practice.

## Benefits of Learning Counting from 100 to 200

- Serve as the basis for most other mathematical ideas.
- Increase number sense
- Learn the 100–200 number range.
- Understand the even and odd numbers between 100 and 200.

## 8 Fun Counting from 100 to 200 Worksheet

Here we will discuss eight interactive activities on counting from 100 to 200 worksheet

## Fill in the Number Grid by Counting from 100 to 200

Random numbers from 100 to 200 are given sequentially. Kids have to count the numbers and fill in the missing numbers to complete the number grid.A worksheet related to this activity is given below. Download the PDF for practice.

## Count and Find Missing Numbers from 100 to 200 in Reverse Order

Comparable to the previous one, this is the opposite. The number grid is presented in reverse form for this activity. Kids have to count the numbers from 100 to 200 and write the missing numbers. Let’s practice this worksheet.

## Count Numbers and Fill in the Blanks

In this activity, a pilot duck has to count the numbers and fill in the missing numbers in the cloud. Let’s have some fun activity tasks with the following worksheet.

## Write the Before and After Numbers by Counting Them

Let’s do another fun activity-related task. Three friends are holding boards in their hands. The middle one writes a number on his board. Kids have to count numbers and find out the before and after numbers. Download the worksheet below to complete this interesting activity.

## Counting Forward Missing Numbers 100 to 200

In this activity a train carries numbers. Some numbers are missing on the train. You must count the numbers from 100 to 200 in order to **find the missing numbers**. After that, you must write the missing numbers in the correct compartment. The worksheet is given below.

## Counting and Filling Odd and Even Numbers from 100 to 200

This is similar to the first activity. A number chart is given on each page of this worksheet. Both an even number chart and an odd number chart are provided on the first and second pages of the worksheet. You have to find the missing numbers to finish the number chart because some of the numbers are missing.

## Identify the Middle Number by Counting

Here, I want to present the task in a fun way. A monkey is in the center, with two tortoises on both sides. They are holding three consecutive numbers.

Two tortoises’ numbers are given. Children have to identify the middle number, which the monkey is holding. Isn’t it fun to do this exercise? Let’s practice this worksheet.

## Count Base Ten Blocks and Match Them to the Correct Number

Kids must **count the base ten block numbers **that are given on the left and match them with the numbers that are given on the right. Here, for more clarity, a photo has been added.

The worksheet is given below.

## Download Free Worksheet PDF

Download these compiled worksheet and practice.

All those counting from 100 to 200 worksheets are created by using different methods like number grid, counting and finding, filling in the blanks, writing before and after, base ten blocks, and so on. The number sense and counting skills of children will be improved by using this counting from 100 to 200 worksheet. This is a free printable worksheet. By selecting the download button, you can save this practice sheet to your computer and print it.

Hello, I am Tania Ahmed. I have a bachelor’s degree in architecture from RUET. I enjoy learning new things. Therefore, I work as a graphic designer and content developer for the You’ve Got This Math project of SOFTEKO. I always think of math in a fun and creative way. So, I present my thoughts about mathematics creatively in my articles. I hope my articles make math easier and more enjoyable for kids to learn.