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This free printable 150 chart is the perfect tool to help students discover fascinating number patterns, operations, and key mathematical concepts. Print a copy of the 1-150 number chart today!

## What is a 150 Chart?

A 150 chart is a grid or table that displays numbers from 1 to 150 in rows and columns. It is often used as a visual tool for teaching and learning in mathematics, particularly in elementary education.

It is an extension of the classic hundreds chart or 120 chart. The 150 chart is perfect for solving problems which involve higher numbers than are typically included on a printable number chart.

## Why Use a 150 Number Chart in the Classroom?

The 150 Number Chart serves as a valuable resource for practicing counting, skip-counting, exploring number patterns, and performing various math operations. You can easily have students color-code numbers and look for patterns.

What would the number chart look like if you used different colors for the even numbers and odd numbers?

You could have middle school or high school students color code the prime and composite numbers on the number chart so they can have a reference for the rest of the school year. There are so many different reference sheets that students could create using these number charts.

There are so many fun and creative ways to incorporate these printable number charts in your lesson plans.

I recommend printing the number charts and placing them inside dry erase pockets or sheet protectors. Students can then write on them with a dry erase marker, and they can be used over and over again.

**MATH = LOVE RECOMMENDS…**

I cannot imagine teaching math without my dry erase pockets! They instantly make any activity more engaging and save me countless hours at the copy machine since I can use the same class sets of copies year after year.

Here are my current go-to recommendations:

- 8.5 x 11 Inch Dry Erase Pockets from Puroma
- 11 x 17 Inch Dry Erase Pockets from C-Line Products
- Expo Dry Erase Markers

## Printing Options

I created two different printable options for the 150 number chart. You can print a copy of the filled in 1-150 number chart or you can print a blank 150 chart to have students fill in on their own. The blank charts could be used for a wide variety of different activities.

## Free Download of 1-150 Number Charts

The printable 1-150 number charts are available to download in two formats: a convenient PDF file and an editable Publisher file. In order to edit the Publisher file, you will need to make sure that you have Microsoft Publisher installed on your computer.

**150 Chart (Filled In) **

150 Chart (PDF) (117 downloads )

150 Chart (Editable Publisher File ZIP) (109 downloads )

**Blank 150 Chart **

Blank 150 Chart (PDF) (92 downloads )

Blank 150 Chart (Editable Publisher File ZIP) (137 downloads )

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