You must have heard or seen 1-100 or a hundred charts. There are up to 100 numbers on a hundred chart. With such a large number, there are many activities you can do with the chart. You can make a game using 1-100 charts. For example like a puzzle. You can make the numbers 1-100 sequentially then let it be a puzzle that must be arranged in order to be sequential. This game is a game that is suitable for training memory.
Besides using the game, if it still feels difficult to understand you can try other alternatives such as making it a song. Not only applies to memorize the alphabet, but you can also use songs as a way to memorize and understand 1-100 charts. There are several examples of songs that are on Youtube to help. If you want to make your own song so it's easier to understand, that's fine too. You can choose freely what kind of song you want to make. Make sure that the method of using this song doesn't make it harder for you to understand 1-100 charts.
Using 1-100 charts can indeed be addictive if you already know how to maximize it. But it's not good if you continue to use it, because the main function of the 1-100 chart is only as a tool. If you depend on it, you will find it difficult to develop in numbers. You will only be bound by the existing 1-100 scale. If you already understand and can easily use it, you better learn to develop the lessons you can without using another 1-100 chart.
Since 1-100 charts contain quite a lot of numbers, it is not recommended for kindergarteners to master the whole. Forcing children to learn more than their capacity can cause children to weaken in the lesson. 1-100 charts are recommended to be studied and used by 1st or 2nd graders. But if there really is a kindergartener with more passion for numbers, maybe you can give 1-100 charts slowly and see how the chart can be processed. If it gives good results, keep up the good work. If the results are not good, stop immediately before the child loses confidence in Math and numbers.