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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.
Weighs 8 lbs.
72"L x 72"W x 3/8"H
1 year warranty
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
Perfect Game for all!This product is the definition of fun for kids. It combines activity with excitement. You really need to see kids in action with this one! Love it and it was the perfect Christmas gift. Buying another for my sons second grade class.Read MoreMy son's stamp of approval!When I picked up my nine-year-old son from our Boys & Girls Club last month, I walked in to find a group of kids testing out this new game. They were totally into this. I couldn't believe it! At first glance, I thought they were playing hopscotch on a mat. As I walked into the gym though, I saw it was more comprehensive than that. This game requires strategy and focus which is what I witnessed as each child took their turn. Not only that, but it was fun! These kiddos were laughing and breaking a small sweat. Though they were all competing against one anoter, the game allowed the kids to enjoy eachother as they played. You could tell that they wanted so badly to improve their next turn around and they were taking mental notes as each one finished their turn and claimed their spot. Not only did my son rave about this game the minute we walked out of the gym, but he took an instant liking to Julie Curtis, the inventor of this game. Her passion and belief in this game was evidenced through her product and instruction with each individual child. I didn't get a chance to talk to her as many other parents had beat me to it, but I hope she is involved with kids in some facet of her profession outside of Jway. The reason I am posting today is not only to support this ambitious young lady, but also to surprise my son with Jway for his upcoming birthday. I cannot wait until this product is available in stores and I am confident in speaking for many other parents - this will make my son's day, week, month and year when he is finally able to play at home with friends!Read MoreFavorite ItemWhen I introduced jWAY to our students it became and instant favorite and the most "fun" activity we have as the children would say.. I have seen a huge improvement in our students balance and core coordination as they take their time targeting their jumps through the tracks on the board. Children quickly learned that this game is not about speed but rather agility and precision. Love it, and definitely recommend it to anyone who works with kids 5-14!!Read More
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