Hop & Count Hopscotch Rug
Rainy days? Cold weather? Children with energy to burn? Children can learn to follow directions, take turns, learn their colors & even numbers 0-10 by playing hopscotch on this darling rug from Melissa & Doug. Add cute & colorful to your room dcor whether at home, in a classroom, at your church or at a daycare. You won't roll this up and put it away. Oh no! It will stay out and inspire kids to get jumping! Measures 78.5 x 26.5, about the size of an average hallway runner. The rubber backing keeps it from sliding when you walk or jump on it. Edges are reinforced to prevent fraying. It even comes with 2 bean bags that attach to the rug! You can come up with variations to regular hopscotch like writing simple addition/subtraction problems on a card, throw a beanbag to that number and jump to the answer. So if the card says 3+3, you jump to the #6 and back. Try throwing both beanbags on the same square! Say, "I'm thinking of a number between 2 and 8, then give clues to your secret number. Use the colors too. Children can say or spell the color their beanbag lands on. Hop on one foot or close your eyes when you throw your bag. And whatever else you and the kids can come up with for some good fun! Activities like these are great for a young kinesthetic learner. The background is a light blue sky with clouds and a few colorful birds. The #10 is the sun and there is grass/flowers near the #1. Did I mention how cute this rug is? Machine wash cold or spot clean. 100% polyester fibers. Latex backing. ~ Sara
A classic game takes a leap forward with this colorful, high quality hopscotch game set! Featuring cheerful birds, fluffy clouds, and a rainbow of colors, this hopscotch rug offers lots of ways to learn and play! Reinforced border binding prevents fraying! 2 colorful beanbag play pieces included. Durable rug material is stain-resistant and washable. Skid-proof backing is safe on all floor surfaces and works for indoor and outdoor use. Rug dimensions are 78.5 x 26.5 inches.
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