I love painter's tape and use it frequently in our house. Whilst Bear could count past twenty at two and a half, she needed practice recognizing the numerals. This is when I came up with our very own teens hopscotch board taped to our floor.
If your child is ready to start learning numbers beyond 20, a hopscotch board can be made with tens. Instead of 10, 11, 12...20 in the squares, put 10, 20, 30...up to 100.
Come to think of it, you could do a hopscotch board for skip counting twos, threes, fours, fives, etc.
Ways to play:
1. Call out the numbers as you jump the grid.
2. One calls out a number and the other has to jump onto it.
3. Collect the number of items of each square of the grid and place them on the hopscotch board.
Another great way to incorporate active play as you learn.