The Number 100
The greatest 1digit number is 9 The greatest 2digit number is 99

The smallest 1digit number is 0 The smallest 2digit number is 10

If we add 1 to the greatest number, we get the smallest
number of the next series of numbers.
So, if we add 1 to 99, we get 99 + 4 = 100.
We read 100 as one hundred.
Let us form 100 with blocks of ones and tens.
Count and write.
_____ tens make __________
_____ tens and _____ ones = __________
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