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Outdoor Math Games for K-2 // fun outdoor math activities for kids

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These outdoor math games are a fun way for students to practice all sorts of fun math skills like number sense, place value, subtraction, addition and data collection! You can even grab a fun and free recording sheet for a game called Bucket Toss!

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1. @Paperplatesss777 says:

These are awesome ideas thank u! Was thinking we could practice fractions using the bucket toss method!❤

2. @rebaz8978 says:

Your video was a good instruction for our child

3. iareil says:

My son loves math and games PERFECT .!

4. 윤팔이네 놀러오세요 says:

5. Maggie sun says:

Hi,Susan!What's the difference between hop and jump?I thought hop stands for one foot on the ground while jump is for two feet.Am I right?

6. Mubashra Fatimah says:

7. SEBASTIANStv says:

I'v learned a lot from ur videos.. Thank U🥰❤️

8. iKaleigh says:

no just make them play first in math

9. Kendra Renee At Home says:

Ooo. This exactly what I needed to find right now!

10. Kendra Renee At Home says:

Can I use this number line jumping activity in my summer STEM YouTube series? Sorry I’m new to YouTube and wasn’t sure if there is a DM feature.