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  1. Joyful Learner
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    Cute! Numbers 11-20 needs a lot of reinforcement and this is a great way to get more practice! Thanks for linking!

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  2. Cara
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    We LOVE this activity at our house! I've been using it with letter recognition too, but I think it's time to switch back to numbers. I've been thinking about sewing/crafting/purchasing a hopscotch mat so I don't have to re-tape or re-draw it. Have you seen those?

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  3. The girl who painted
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    @ Cara: My mom just got us a foam set for hopscotch and I think I might find a way to velcro felt rectangles with other umbers or letters to the foam part. We'll see if it works.

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  4. Raising a Happy Chil
    Raising a Happy Chil at |

    I am jealous of your play space, and what a great idea to play hopscotch with the numbers that need a little reinforcing!

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  5. Ticia
    Ticia at |

    I hadn't thought of doing different numbers for hopscotch. That's a great idea, and so simple I'm thinking why didn't I think of that?

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  6. Jen
    Jen at |

    What a great idea for learning larger numbers! I think it would be fun for couting by 2,5, and 10 as well. Just need to change numbers to fit learning concept.

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  7. Jen
    Jen at |

    What a great idea for learning larger numbers! I think it would be fun for couting by 2,5, and 10 as well. Just need to change numbers to fit learning concept.

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  8. Eva
    Eva at |

    wow this is so cool :) ! I've always been meaning to try out a homemade indoor hopscotch, this is great :D

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  9. Joyful Learner
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    I just thought of a variation….how about hop/skip/jumping to a number and touching various body parts the number of times it says?

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