Hopscotch ideas

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.

The tough mudder of hopscotch

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 Tough Mudder of hopscotch

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.

There’s hopping,

The Tough Mudder of hopscotch

crab walks and bear walks,
The Tough Mudder of hopscotch

twirling,

The Tough Mudder of hopscotch

a shape maze,

The Tough Mudder of hopscotch

bunny hops, line mazes

The Tough Mudder of hopscotch

and chalk tires,

The Tough Mudder of hopscotch

and the glory.

Don’t forget the glory.

The Tough Mudder of hopscotch

The glory and the freezies.

The Tough Mudder of hopscotch

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!

 

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2017-11-03T12:59:01-04:00May 17th, 2015|GAMES / FUN, KIDS|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Muriel Shepherd May 17, 2015 at 7:57 am - Reply

    What a great idea. It amazes me the ideas you come up with to keep the girls entertained and involve the kids of the neighbourhood. Now you can sit back and enjoy the holiday. Have a great one.

    Love Muriel & John

    • Shelly @ 100Things2Do.ca May 18, 2015 at 2:11 pm - Reply

      Rain took it all away the same day. Ugh! Fortunately, that just means we can create new obstacles tomorrow!
      Love you! Xo

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