# Kindergarten Worksheets Counting to 100 - Counting beyond 20 and up to 100

## Learn to count up to 100

Kindergarten worksheets counting to 100 are a super, fun and exciting tools that promote kids competency in math concepts. Here, counting beyond 20 and up to100 is really an awesome way to help kids understand what numbers really mean in terms of place value and number sense in general.

As kids had begun learning to count up to 3, to 5, to 10 and to 20 from our previous worksheets, they have actually been building a fantastic experience, which will now empower them easily learn to count up to 100.

## Important facts about counting up to 100 for kinders

Activities in our kindergarten worksheets counting to 100 involves count and color correct number of objects, fill missing numbers in the empty spaces, write the number of tens and units. Most of these activities greatly help in number recognition.

For instance having counting objects in a set, kids will be expected to color the correct number of those objects from a series of some distractors. The aim of this activity therefore is principally for kids to master cardinality, number names and counting sequence.

### Understanding place value – counting beyond 20 and up to 100

The best strategy to make easy the understanding of place value is found in our counting beyond 20 and up to 100 worksheets.

With place value, each digit in a number represents a certain amount, depending on the position that it occupies. In line with this, we have made clearly the easiest ways for kids to be able to know and position numbers in their various places of tens and ones.

In our kindergarten worksheets counting to 100, the concept of place value is of great help to kids who wish to advance in math with less stress.

When this concept is already embedded in kid’s minds at an early age, they won’t face any difficulty with adding or subtracting 2 digit numbers and above, regrouping, estimating, and later skills of multiplication and division. Thus, a high number sense skill.

### Example: in each case, write the number of tens and ones

With the knowledge of place value, kids will greatly understand the meaning of numbers. As such, this exercise has been made very easy for kids, wherein they are supposed to in each case, write the number of tens and ones.

27 = .... tens + .... ones

2 refers to two groups of tens, for instance → ◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊ + ◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊ = 20

Therefore we will position 2 in the tens box.

Whereas, 7 simply refers to 7 units. For instance →  ◊◊◊◊◊◊◊

As such, will position 7 in the ones box.

So 27 = 2 tens + 7 ones

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