Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Learning our ABC's with Hopscotch

A super fun way to review anything is to play hopscotch. We used the first 10 letters of the alphabet to help A learn his letters. You could of course use 1-10 or 11-20 for those learning their teen numbers.

Draw your hopscotch board and fill in the squares.

Each player chooses a rock, the first player tosses their rock onto the hopscotch board and whichever square it lands on, they have to say the letter (or number, or whatever) and then skip that square as they are jumping.

For those with more advanced gross motor skills, have your child stop, bend down, and pick up their rock on the way by while staying on one foot.

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