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Use these printable hidden pictures puzzles to master the hundreds chart! Each number corresponds to a color, and when kids color each number on the chart a picture is revealed.

Coloring and revealing a hidden picture one way to explore the hundreds chart, and can even be a reward activity after practicing math facts or performing a counting activity.

Print out one of the picture puzzles on this page and then following the coloring instructions below the hundreds chart. You may want to print the answer key for the puzzle and pre-select crayons or pencils to get nice shades of the colors since the kids won't know what they're coloring until the puzzle is at least partially completed.

These color-by-number printables are more than just fun, however. They help kids navigate the hundreds chart and get at least a positional sense of where values are at on the chart relative to each other. So even though this is a coloring activity, it's a math activity too!