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Roll out a hopscotch playing field with straight-line precision or wild abandon. Almost anything is possible when you use Crayola Chalk ’n Roll™.
No one knows where hopscotch first was played. Variations are found all over the world. Everyone agrees that it has nothing to do with Scotland, although in old English, the term scotch means to mark or score lightly.
Ask an adult to help find a safe, large outdoor area to play. Ask permission before you draw. Load your Crayola Chalk ’n Roll™ drawing set with Crayola Sidewalk Chalk according to the directions. Make sure all the tips will touch the ground.
Outline your hopscotch court. Use one, two, or three chalk colors. Vary the arrangement of numbered boxes or use the design you usually play on.
Write with sidewalk chalk to add more colors and design features in and around your hopscotch court. Make your marker (or potsie) with a bit of chalk, stick, or small pebble. Start hopping…
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