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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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This past summer, Hopscotch Air drew a significant amount of business from the Burlington, Vermont and Portsmouth, New Hampshire areas.
The Island hopscotch ticket gives you plenty of opportunity to hop from place to place, in your own time.
The Hopscotch event is free to Big Brothers Big Sisters Matches and their families and only costs $25 for others to join in on the fun.
Hopscotch Air is a FAA-certified air taxi service that offers its air taxi service through efficient, technologically-advanced Cirrus SR-22 aircraft.
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Here are the top five traditional active outdoor games still enjoyed today: Football Hopscotch Tag Skipping Hide and seek
Children from Liverpool''s Hopscotch Childcare, based in St Anne Street, dress up as their favourite characters during a treasure hunt round Albert Dock Picture: JAMES MALONEY/ jm080211disney-1
We have a genuine fondness for games such as Hopscotch and British Bulldog, as they sealed friendships and defined who we hung out with when not in lessons.
HNew research has shown today's kids are not into outdoor fun like skipping, hopscotch, conkers, or tree climbing.
Games such as hopscotch, skipping, hide and seek and conkers have been played by just 13 per cent of under-25s.
From a snowman tree skirt and a winter holiday lap quilt to a quilted country advent calendar, CHRISTMAS QUILTS FROM HOPSCOTCH is a warm and project-filled guide pairing patterns with color photos and easy directions perfect for beginning quilters.
The voracious firestorms that scorched the Southland last week struck with violent randomness -- making hopscotch moves through neighborhoods, sending some homes up in flames while sparing others just feet away.