This isn’t your Mama’s hopscotch – this is the Tough Mudder of hopscotch!
We’re not talking two sidewalk squares and a little rock here.
This is 25 sidewalk squares and sweat.
I’ve made one of these that ran 12 houses long, but it’s a bit tiring. Your best bet is to get a group of kids and let each of them create a task for a square. Get enough kids involved and you can have one that goes right around the block!
Here are a few ideas you can try:
The circled number dictates how many squares they are to do the task for. For example, they have to walk like a bear for 3 sidewalk squares and do the crab walk for 3 squares.
a shape maze,
bunny hops, line mazes
and chalk tires,
and the glory.
Don’t forget the glory.
The glory and the freezies.
Bring out a stop-watch and you’ll have a whole new level of hopscotch yet again.
Happy long weekend Canadians! Make it a great one!