Turtle Creek Portable Path

This portable path gives kids a variety of ways to learn math and have fun with numbers.

  1. Start by stepping on a frog and using its number s a multiplier for the student to maneuver across Turtle Creek. Each time the student steps on a big number, saying what the answer to the multiplication is.
  2. Do the same but use the frog numbers for addition instead of multiplication.
  3. Have students cross Turtle Creek using numbers are at multiples of 2 (lily pads) or 3 (turtles). This can also be combined with the addition or multiplication exercise.
  4. The portable path has a non-adhesive backing, so it is advised to tape it to the floor to prevent slipping

Choose from two sizes: 9ft x 3ft or 12ft x 4ft

Turtle Creek Portable Sensory Path