Crayons or markers
Prior to this jumping activity, some prep work will need to be done.
Your child can help you to cut and color “puddles” (see video for example).
Try and make your puddles as close to paper size as you can. They will be easier to jump to when they are bigger.
Once you have approximately 10-15 puddles made, you are ready to begin.
Encourage your child to help you lay out all the puddles.
Keep in mind you want to be able to jump from one to the next, so don’t put them too far apart.
Have fun puddle jumping!
Add letters or numbers to your puddles.
Encourage your child to jump to find a specific one.
This will support letter and number recognition.
If you can, use your hose to make a puddle outside.
Allow your child to play, jump and splash in their puddle.
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