• From Jennifer | Hundred Frame | Conscious Craft
  • From Jennifer | Hundred Frame | Conscious Craft
  • From Jennifer | Hundred Frame | Conscious Craft

Hundred Frame with Wool Balls | Walnut

From Jennifer

sku: 022.10018



Hundred frame From Jennifer crafted from solid hardwood with one hundred dimples to fill while counting, creating patterns, practising mathematical equations, discovering cardinal directions, and more.

Handmade Montessori-inspired, wooden educational toy. Ideal for home schooling.

Included: Wool balls, you will receive eleven of each color (red, orange, yellow, light green, dark green, blue, indigo, violet, pink, and white).

Materials: Walnut wood and wool felt balls

Size: 29cm x 29cm

Made in the USA

Please note: Images shows 1-100 Numbers which are not included with the board.

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Further Product Details

Here are some ideas to practise number skills:
* Fill each dimple with a ball while counting from 1 to 100.
* The engraved lines help the child see the number of items in a group quickly without counting each item individually. 
* Practise skip counting by placing balls only in the number you're working on such as 3, 6, 9, etc. Notice the patterns that emerge.
* Designate a quadrant of the board for you and one for your child. Place the balls in your quadrant a certain way and ask your child to copy it in their area (either exactly or as a mirror image).
* Think of the board as a compass and ask your child to mark the dimple that is 4 degrees west and 7 degrees south from the middle point.
* Learn positive and negative numbers by designating the middle point as 0. Then play with the X and Y axes (X is horizontal and Y vertical). Finding -3 on the X axis is three dimples to the left of the middle.
* Play games such as rolling a dice and adding that many balls to the board (starting at the top left corner). Then roll again and add that many. Continue until the board is full.