Students will jump at this chance to practice skip-counting numbers! Alter the activity with other number intervals, such as counting by twos or by fives.
- Westcott 5” Kids scissors
- black construction paper
- white construction paper
- yellow construction paper
- masking tape
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Cut ten stone shapes from the black construction paper. For added fun, cut out fish shapes too!
Cut ten rectangles from the white paper and glue one to each stone cutout. Counting by tens, label the stones from 10 to 100.
Affix two tape lines to the floor to create a stream and arrange the stones in number order. Add the fish. Jump from stone to stone, saying the numbers aloud.
Adult supervision is recommended when children use scissors.
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