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easter

The teacher preps for the activity by placing plastic Easter eggs around the perimeter of the room.

The class forms a line and, in a train, the class hops around the perimeter of the room like bunnies while counting by 2, hopping over eggs.

Then the class counts by 3, then by 4, then by 5, then by 6, then by 7, then by 8, and, finally, by 9.

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