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hopscotch

a children's game in which a player throws a small stone or other object to land in one of a pattern of squares marked on the ground and then hops over to it to pick it up
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Slightly older children, maybe of five or six, would enjoy making their own Hop Scotch with these, while for little ones it is great for number recognition and piecing together," says Sharon.
The latest slab of girlie guff to arrive in my post is Hop Scotch & Handbags, a chunky guidebook explaining how to be a proper young lady.
Schoolyard games included cat and mouse, bull-in-the-ring, the drill sergeant, multi-a-kith, drop the hankie, blind man's buff, releavo, hide and seek, hop scotch and leap frog.
To make your competitor do a hop scotch in the 100 metres event in Athlete Kings on the Saturn press Up, Left, Down, Right, then hold X at the start of the race.
Family Fun Activities, including rope jumping, hop scotch, and relay races are free, but participation tee-shirts can be purchased for $10.
PEARLAND, Texas, March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The ongoing advancements in gaming technology have created a generation of kids more interested in the latest, greatest video games than traditional outdoor games such as freeze tag, hide-n-seek or hop scotch.
Libyans could tell you about Neggeza which is much like the British game of Hop Scotch and kids will also be learning the traditional games of our own country.
Full of u s kids playing hide and seek, hop scotch, tick, off ground tick, French cricket, queenie aye queenie aye, stroke the bunny, in the days before the cars invaded our streets.
OLDEN DAYS: Tillee Brown, Imogen Bennett and Teigan Place-Carr learn about Victorians during their history lesson, above; Teigan plays an old school game of hop scotch, right; MUSIC MAKERS: Year 4 pupil Corbynne Rudd plays the steel pans; WIDE AWAKE: Year 3 pupils during their wake up shake up session as part of healthy schools, so the children are ready for learning.
I would have had pictures of playing hop scotch in the streets, playing rounders, and if a girl played she would tuck her skirt into her knickers so she could run ok.