In one form or another Hopscotch is played almost everywhere in the world. The variations from one region to another may be obvious, but the basic game is still there. Each version involves hopping through squares without contacting the lines
Don't let the kids know that the game Hopscotch is actually helping them develop agility, aim, and balance.
One or more players
Chalk to mark out the playing board
A marker - A flat, easy to throw object like a coin, bottle cap or flat stone would work. You will need one for each player
Setting Up the Game
A basic American Hopscotch board is a grid about 10 feet long by 4 feet wide with a half circle drawn at one end. The rectangular portion is divided into 10 spaces. The diagram below shows a typical layout.
Playing the Game