Jump on Tens


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Learners combine counting, multiples, and number patterns with jumping up and down. To start, pick a counting number. Young learners count by 1's or 2's; older children by 5's or 10's; for more challenge, learners count by 3's, 7's, or 2.5's. Everyone takes turns saying the next number in the counting sequence and jumps whenever anyone says number ending in 0. Try adding extra actions: clap your hands on a number with a 4 in it, or hop on each odd number. Available as a web page and downloadable pdf. Students should have some counting skills. Less

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    Grade: TK/K to 9

    Topics: Multiplication & Division, Experimentation and the Scientific Method, Parts of a Whole (Fractions, Decimals & Percent), Nature & Method of Science, Education, Child Development & Family Services, Sports and Competition, Professional Development, Inquiry & Problem Based Learning, Algebra & Functions, Counting & Place Values, Positive & Negative Numbers, Number Sense, Flexibility, Muscular Strength & Stretching Exercises, Mathematics, Factoring

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