Number GridsJust click on the grids you want to print or choose from the list below 
This grid provides a structured approach to learning number relationships. This grid begins at 0 and ends at 99. The significance of this is that each new decade starts on a new line with 0, 10 20 etc to the far left. In may respects this is a far more logical approach than the grid below and encourages children to focus on the importance of zero. This grid and the one below feature prominently in the National Numeracy Framework's recommendations for classroom resources. See below if you want 6 copies per page. 

This grid also provides a structured approach to learning number relationships. This is the traditional grid which begins at 1and ends at 100. The significance of this is that 10, 20, 30 etc to the far right. Children may find this a more natural approach at first but the grid above has more opportunities and provides more coherence. See below if you want 6 copies per page. 

. . . or 6 grids per pageEach of the pages below is useful when children are searching for number patterns or shading in parts of a grid. These two grid sheets provide the same grids as those above but each is smaller, with 6 copies per A4 page. 


All pages on both the CD and the website are Copyright Bob Ansell and Mathematical Publishing  First Published 2001