Item # MW6090

jWAY Hopscotch Game

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Product Description

Once You Hop, You Can’t Stop!

Hopscotch may be an old game, but jWay Hopscotch twists this classic game in a way that brings brain and body together for one interactive, entertaining game. This game encourages social interaction while helping players develop motor planning, coordination, timing, strategy and gross motor skills.

  • Makes an entertaining sensory integration outlet
  • For kids with autism, coordination and gross motor challenges
  • Great for home, classroom or clinic use
  • Age 5+

How to Play

Players jump through a designated track to the middle of the jWay board following a set of rules called “Things to know.” Players that make it successfully may claim a spot on the board, writing their initial or symbol with a dry erase marker on one of the hexagon shapes (which has a wipe on wipe off surface). Opposing players must jump over other players’ claimed spaces. Whoever has the most claimed spaces on the board by the end wins!

Please note: This item will ship separately from your order. Longer shipping times apply to this item. Please contact us for an estimated ship date. For returns, a 20% restocking fee is applied.

Helps With

Coordination, Mood & Attention, Sensory Seeking, Sensory Under Responders, Social Skills

Details

Weighs 8 lbs.

72"L x 72"W x 3/8"H

1 year warranty

Contains:

9 charcoal Interlocking EVA foam tiles (each tile 24"L x 24"W x 3/8"H) printed with board design graphics

20 hexagon dry erase adhesive back stickers (shrink wrapped) to be adhered to the board

1 "Things to Know" rules/guidelines insert (11"L x 8.5"W)

1 Suggested Activity Guide insert referencing the National Physical Education Standards and providing alternative ways to play jWAY for Pre-K learners, Special Needs students and Physical Therapy/OT

1 black dry erase marker 

The product is tested through SGS

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Always select products for your child’s developmental abilities, which can differ from chronological age. Consult with your pediatrician or therapist for guidance.