Your Kid Now Can Play Hopstoch Without Falling

Your child learns counting and better balance and control while playing hopscotch. Balancing on one foot builds concentration and coordination. He also works on his problem solving and strategic skills. Following rules and waiting for his turn promotes social skills. Surely, a game that has immense benefits in shaping your little one’s personality.

What you need to know

Your Kid Now Can Play Hopstoch Without Falling

Join in the game and share a wonderful bonding experience as your little one learns various skills besides having fun. 

You can add more challenging concepts on numbers besides counting like asking him to hop on only even numbers or odd numbers. Also basics on addition and subtraction. 

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