Guest Post: by Caroline Mukisa from Maths Insider.
My 11 year old loves playing hopscotch! In fact we’ve run out of chalk due to the number of times she’s played it in the past few months. During the long hot summer she found an alternative way of playing this delightful traditional game.
Step 1 – Draw a large 5 by 5 grid on the ground using chalk.
Step 2 – Fill the squares with the numbers 1 t0 25 randomly.
Step 3 – Gather any children aged 3 – 9 and get hopping!
Try the following hopping games to reinforce and practise arithmetic skills:
Bio: Caroline Mukisa is an engineer, turned math teacher, turned Kumon instructor, turned blogger. She offers quick tips and practical advice to help parents guide their children to math success. Grab her free eBook “Yes! You Can Be Your Child’s Math Tutor” from the Maths Insider website.