Why do this
is a useful context in which to encourage children
to work systematically in pairs or small groups.
could be photocopied, has twelve copies of the square patio.
What size jump are you going to try next?
Can all his jumps be the same size?
Can you find another way of doing it?
How will you know which ways you've tried?
Some children might like to try a bigger grid or differently sized
Using a counter on a grid may help those that are struggling.