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Shape Water Hop

Shape Water Hop

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We believe that every stain represents an important experience - mud stains are the stamp of adventure.

At OMO, we believe that every stain represents an important experience - mud stains are the stamp of adventure, grass stains are the sign of exploration and fruit stains are the aftermath of discovery. Encourage your kids to get messy with our fun activities for happy, healthy, confident kids. We'll be there to sort out the dirty clothes afterwards.

Shape Water Hop

This is a hopscotch game using basic shapes that will help your child with motor coordination and balance.

What you'll need:

What you will need - Shape water hop

What to do:

  1. Start by drawing two or more hopscotch patterns outside on the ground. You can use shapes that your child is familiar with, think about what movement they need to do on that shape, e.g. jumping with two feet into a circle or balancing on one leg on a square etc. 

  2. Fill a cup with water and place a bucket at the end of the hopscotch pattern. Ask your child to play Shape Water Hop while holding a cup of water without spilling it. They have to try to fill the bucket at the end of the pattern.