My kids and I love to play outside. And, one of the activities we most love to do is play hopscotch. It's a great activity to teach numbers, processes, coordination and taking turns. As my children have grown, I've allowed them to draw their own hopscotches to practice drawing squares and writing numbers.
However, hopscotch can become a monotonous activity. So, to keep it fun, I like to change up the rules every now and then. Instead of just counting numerically from 1 to 10, we find other ways to count. Here is this week's counting activity. Let's see if you can figure out what we were counting!
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