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We sure miss playing math games with you! Mrs. Hudson would like to teach you a new game.

Christie Burnett is an early childhood teacher, presenter, writer and the editor of Childhood 101. More importantly, she is a Mum who believes wholeheartedly in the value of children learning through play, the importance of quality early education, and the togetherness of family.

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  • Hudson in a new math game- What Time Is It Mr. You'll need dice, 2 pieces of paper, a pen, and some counters (cheerios, bread tags, buttons, etc.). Make a graph and take a picture and send it to us. We would love to see you!! Email your pictures to [email protected] Let me know if I can share your picture online.

Mrs. Hudson introduces us to a fun new math game 'What Time Is It, Mr. Wolf'. Learn to play along and send us a picture of your graph once you are done! We'd love to hear from you!

You'll need a pen, two pieces of paper, two dice, and some counters (cheerios, bread ties, buttons, whatever you have).

Click Here to watch how to play.

Send your 'What Time Is It Mr. Wolf' pictures to Mrs. Best:

[email protected]

Click Here to see pictures of our student's

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As I write this it is a beautiful, sunny Winter’s afternoon. Through the open doors I can hear the sounds of children next door playing ouside – the loud, exaggerated counting and giggles associated with a good old fashioned game of hide and seek. It is the perfect sound to accompany this sunny day and brings to mind childhood memories of…

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Good, old fashioned, outdoor games like

  1. Hide and seek
  2. Hopscotch
  3. Jump rope
  4. Hula hooping
  5. Piggy in the middle (Keep Away)
  6. Dodgeball (in all honesty, I hated this one!)

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Which have these games have you shared with your children? What are others you would add to the list? As for me, I am off to draw a hopscotch grid with chalk right now before Immy wakes up. I am sure she won’t really get the whole idea of the game just yet but she will love jumping in the squares just the same 🙂

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