Number Chart
The list of the numbers in numerical order (e.g. 110) is termed a number chart. With the help of these number charts, kids can easily learn to identify numerals and the order of numbers along with the patterns that follows between the numbers. In simple words, a number chart is a chart that shows the list of numbers in a systematic order. A number chart is not necessarily a list of natural numbers or whole numbers. It can be a list of even numbers, odd numbers, etc.
1.  Types of Number Charts 
2.  How to Make Number Charts? 
3.  Solved Examples on Number Chart 
4.  Practice Question on Number Chart 
5.  FAQs on Number Chart 
Types of Number Charts
As we just read there are various kinds of number charts that help kids in learning and identifying the number patterns. This section is more about different types of number charts and also talks about types of numbers. Let us start with even numbers chart.
Even Numbers Chart
Even numbers chart represent all the numbers which are divisble by 2.
Odd Numbers Chart
Odd numbers chart represent all the numbers which are NOT divisible by 2.
Prime Numbers Chart
Prime numbers chart represent all the numbers which have only two factors, i.e., 1 and the number itself.
How to Make Number Charts?
Let's start creating a number chart for the numbers starting from 1 to 100.
 Draw a grid of size 10 × 10.
 Start writing the numbers starting from 1 in the first block and continue writing the subsequent numbers horizontally.
 Fill the numbers correctly and as neatly as possible.
 Read aloud while writing the numbers.
 Numbers in the number chart are always in increasing order.
 The number chart shows the relationship between the consecutive numbers.
 To write numbers in a number chart, add 1 to the previous number to get the next number.
Solved Examples on Number Chart

Example 1: Mark the following numbers in yellow color in the number chart 1100 shown below.
45, 76, 12, 34, 56, and 91.
Solution.
The given numbers are colored yellow in the number chart.

Example 2: Mr. Mouse has a very long tail. Mr. Cat is not very fond of Mr. Mouse and so he wants to tie Mr. Mouse's tail to the poles. He wants to tie the tail from the smallest number and move on to the larger numbers in order. Can you identify the correct order?
Solution:
Look at the number chart of the numbers from 1 to 20. Let's write the numbers in the order they appear in the chart.
3, 4, 5, 8, 11, 13, 17, and 20.
Mr. Cat can tie Mr. Mouse's tail to the poles in the above order.
Hence, the tail can be tied to the poles in the order 3, 4, 5, 8, 11, 13, 17, and 20. 
Example 3: Below is the mixed numbers chart given. Can you separate the 1digit and 2 digit numbers in the respective boxes with the help of numbers chart?
Solution:
FAQs on Number Chart
What is Number Chart?
Number chart is a chart that shows the list of numbers in a systematic order.
What is a 100 Chart for Math?
A 100 chart in math refers to the chart representing 1100 numbers.
What is a Place Value Chart?
The place value chart is a table that is used to find the value of each digit in a number based on its position, as per the numeral system.
How to Make a Place Value Chart?
To make a place value chart, follow the steps given below:
Step 1: Draw columns showing different periods according to the type of numeral system: ones, thousands, and so on.
Step 2: Under each period, draw subcolumns to show the different place values.
For the different periods, we decide the place values of a digit in a number according to the type of numeral system.
How to Use a Number Chart?
To get a better number sense we use a number chart. We identify the pattern and sequence of numbers in it. For example, in the even number chart, all the even numbers are placed starting from 2. So, with the help of that, we can easily identify the missing numbers and generalize the rule to obtain the next number in the chart.
What is a Prime Number Chart?
A number chart that includes a list of prime numbers starting from the smallest number in order is called a prime number chart.