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With an adult, choose an outdoor paved area that is clean, safe, and free from traffic.
Use your Super Brush to draw a hopscotch court. A common pattern is three squares, one above the next, followed by two squares side by side centered over those. Then draw a single centered square, with two side-by-side squares centered above it. Draw one more square above the others, and a large oval above the last square called Home.
Number the nine squares from the bottom up, left to right.
Players pick a token, such as a rock, bean bag, or paper plate. Players decide who will go first.
Player stands behind the bottom square and tosses a token into the square marked 1. Player hops on one foot over the square containing the token, and continues up the court, using one foot to hop in square 2 and square 3, both feet at the same time to hop in squares 4 and 5, one foot in square 6, both feet for squares 7 and 8, one foot in 9, and both feet in Home.
Jump and turn around, keeping feet in Home. Hop back in the same pattern, stopping in square 2 to reach down and pick up the token, then hop in square 1 and out.
Players try to complete the course without stepping on a line or losing their balance. If the token lands outside the intended square, or player steps on a line, or puts a foot down in the wrong place, the turn is over.
Play continues with players taking turns, tossing to the next number in sequence, and hopping accordingly. Players must complete each number in order to try for the next. Winner is the first player to complete the course.
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