After a week of rain, we are excited to have a sunny Spring day. We decided to take advantage of it with this Bunny Hop Number Line Game. It is a perfect Spring math game to play with your kids.
This post is part of the Virtual Book Club for kids. This week’s post is based on the book Knuffle Bunny by Mo Willems. This is one of our FAVORITE books & FAVORITE authors! So I was excited to be able to share a bunny related idea. If you have not yet discovered Mo Willems, you have got to check him out. See more details about the Virtual Book Club for Kids at the end of this post.
How to Play the Bunny Hop Number Line Game:
This math game is simple to set up! You just draw a number line with sidewalk chalk. I drew ours from 1-30, but you can do it according to your child’s level.
Just for fun, I drew a little bunny at the beginning. I told my kids you have to get the bunny to the end of the line.
I have two printable dice. One has the numbers from 1-6 on it and one has 3 plus and 3 minus signs on it.
To play, you just roll the dice and move accordingly. If you roll a plus you move forward and if you roll a minus you move backwards. For the first roll, everyone hops forward.
The first one to get to the end of the line is the winner!
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See what the other participating bloggers in the Virtual Book Club for Kids shared:
Sidewalk Chalk Bunny Alphabet Game – The Educators’ Spin On It
Shredded Paper Bunny Craft – Artsy Momma
Hopping Bunnies | A Measurement Activity for Kids – Inspiration Laboratories
How to make homemade Bunny Crayons – Messy Little Monster
Knuffle Bunny Color Exploration Activity
Bunny Color Hop for Toddlers and Preschoolers- Toddler Approved
Eraser Stamped Bunnies – Mama Smiles
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