Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Hopscotch Math

I printed multiples of 8 on card stock (or you could just hand write them on index cards), shuffled them and asked him to put them in order.  Also in his workbox drawer was a piece of chalk.  The instructions were to make a hopscotch grid with multiples of eight.
Good thing about the chalk: the more the child steps on the numbers, the fainter they become - helping to commit multiples to memory.

Watch a video below or click here to see it.

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