Hopscotch maths game
Kids love running around and playing outdoors. They will have lots of fun playing this hopscotch game and being active.
What you need:
Number of players:
Using chalk, draw and number a hopscotch to resemble a calculator on the pavement.
The first player tosses a stone on the number one spot.
He then hops on an equation equal to one (for example, jump to 1 + 0 or 3 – 2).
Players use one-footed hops when landing on odd numbers and zeros, and two-footed hops for even numbers and symbols.
A player's turn continues until they make a mistake, such as stepping on a line or hopping on an incorrect equation.
The winner is the first person to work through all the numbers to nine.