Pictorial representation of numbers on a board helps children to understand and remember position of numbers. Mostly children can recite 1 to 100. But if you ask them to count in-between say 56 to 63, Either there is a pause or they start counting from one again. If children learn counting by placing discs on the hundred board. The number sense would be developed enough to know the position of 56 and subsequent numbers till 63. This clarity in understanding will help them to understand the relationship between numbers. Which one is bigger? Which number is smaller. The mental image of numbers in rows of tens enhances speed and accuracy in different ways of counting especially skip counting. It helps children in understanding meaning of multiplication as repeated addition and division as inverse of multiplication. Learning Outcome: Counting up to 100 and backward, position of numbers, skip counting, repeated addition as multiplication, division as inverse of multiplication.