First of all, I’m not sure how to spell “Hopscotch”. Oh well…I know you all know what I’m talking about. 🙂
Lizzie loves playing hopscotch outside.
But sometimes it’s just fun to change it up a bit and play it inside with moveable number squares!
I don’t consider myself a crafty person by any means. In fact, if you haven’t already noticed, all of the crafty things on this blog have been posted by my talented sister, not me. I do, however, enjoy making things for my kids. This is as crafty as I usually get. 🙂
This game was incredibly simple to make.
10 pieces of colored felt (around 30 cents each at Micheal’s)
5 pieces of white felt (approximately, depending on how big you make your numbers)
Hot Glue Gun
Cut numbers 1 through 10 out of the white felt
Hot Glue the numbers on the colored felt
Have your pre-schooler arrange the numbers in the shape of a hopscotch game and play! Lizzie likes to be creative and shape each game differently. 🙂 These felt numbers are good for practicing putting numbers in numerical order. In fact, I’m thinking of making some more with numbers 11 through 20.
Have fun! 🙂