I have fond memories of playing hopscotch in elementary school and loved having my own hopscotch marker. Last year in my daughter's bunny basket there was chalk and a Hoppy Taw and she had no idea what it was for! Now she regularly draws her own hopscotch and gets jumpin'-- I even join in the fun now and then!
Spring weather in Utah is unpredictable and crazy! The time we spend outside is usually minimal so indoor activities to get some energy out are necessary! That's why I really like this creative Hopscotch Play Mat by A Girl and a Glue Gun (guest post on The Idea Room). *image from A Girl and a Glue Gun
Playing outdoors requires drawing the pattern first but that's part of the fun! Check out some great and different hopscotch pattern ideas and rules on Squidoo (scroll down a little to see the 6 pattern images) for making outdoor hopscotch just a little more exciting! *Dizzy Dragonfly Hopscotch image from Squidoo
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