Welcome to our Number Chart to 50 page.

We have a wide selection of number grids available, both filled and partially filled.

These grids are a great way to learn number sequences to 50, and also to support work with place value, addition and subtraction.

There is a wide range of printable number grids, including filled charts, blank charts and partially filled charts.

There are many fun math activities that you can do with your child with a 1-50 chart, please see below for an activity sheet.

We have split our grids into two different sections:

- Grids that start with 1 in the top left corner and end with 50 in the bottom right corner.
- Grids that start with 1 in the bottom left corner and end with 50 in the top right corner.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- learn the number sequence up to 50;
- understand how to count on and back in tens.
- learn odd and even numbers up to 50.

The 1st grid is the traditional grid which starts at 1 in the top left and the numbers get 10 bigger as you move down the grid.

The 2nd grid, which starts with 1 in the bottom left corner, we have created so that the numbers get bigger or go 'up' by 10 as you move up the grid.

In many scales, such as temperature, graphs, etc, the numbers get bigger as you move up vertically, and the 2nd grid reflects this.

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Looking for some ideas to help develop mathematical skills and understanding using the number grids?

We have put together a few ideas of different activities you can do using the completed number grids.

The acitivities have been designed to get children thinking about how the grids work and how they can help improve mental addition and subtraction as well as place value.

Version A is the most filled, and Version D is the least filled.

Version A is the most filled, and Version D is the least filled.

Take a look at some more of our worksheets similar to these.

We also have similar grid with numbers up to different amounts.

Here you will find a range of Free Printable First Grade Place Value games.
Using these sheets will help your child learn to:

- understand place value to 100.

Here you will find our selection of printable math mats, which are both a great reference guide and a support page for kids.

There are different math mats suitable for different levels of ability from Kindergarten and upwards.

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The Math Salamanders hope you enjoy using these free printable Math worksheets and all our other Math games and resources.

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